jimmylegs wrote:welcome wbb,
it's definitely an anxious time and a pain waiting for appointments. there are a few more tests for them to do in order to figure what may or may not be going on, such as lumbar puncture to look for possible oligoclonal banding in spinal fluid. visual evoked potentials tests. various nerve conductivity tests.
if you have any suspicion that nutrition might play into your case, i can answer questions and point you in the direction of helpful resources.
bartman wrote:find a lyme disease doctor asap!
want2bike wrote:The name of what you have is not that important. If you are taking drugs your problem could be a side effect. You can get your health back. Let Dr. Bergman explain it.
Willybambam wrote:Hello all,
I was recently admitted to hospital with right sided weakness, migraine and dysphasia.A MRI was done which showed "New small pericallosal/periventricular T2/FLAIR hyperintense white matter foci.The appearance is suggestive of demyleination particularly multiple sclerosis.Clinical correlation is suggested."
The second MRI was done with gandolinium and the lesions didnt 'light up' so no more was said of the matter.
I have a followup neuro appt next month but am quite anxious about what this means for me. I havent been feeling well for some time . . .fatigue,dizzyness, falls, balance issues, cognitive decline.
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