Please..ms or something else mri lesions

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Please..ms or something else mri lesions

Postby pattimay » Sun Sep 13, 2009 9:10 am

For years I've experienced tingling in my face and scalp. Thought this happened to everyone. I recently went to a neuro because the tremor I've had for years has gotten worse. I was told many years ago essential tremor and this is what this neuro said also. I also have restless leg for many years . I've been recently experiencing a shaky left leg but for some reason worse in the morning and also tingling in the leg off and on all day. NOw I am 50 and wondering if leg problems are not from sciatica. But I had an mri done and it said bilateral posterior frontal lobe subcortical lesions. Impression was migraine(don't suffer from this) Lyme(negative for test) or ishemic changes of gliosis foci. When I went to neuro I never mentioned about my legs or scalp tingling . I feel so tired all the time and I go in slow motion. I also forgot how to get to a store for a few minutes where I have been going to for years. Went to the same dentist for 20 years and my husband mentioned his name and I couldn't remember. The name was familiar but I couldn't connect in my brain that that was our dentist's name.
I have an appointment to discuss mri next month. I also have urininary incontinence for a number of years. I have the urge and can't hold it. Maybe this is also just my age.
weeks ago I got a spasm that went from my neck to jaw to ear to head. Lasted minutes. It happened two more times within a few months. Does my mri sound like ms or my symptoms. Thank you all. I'm also worried about stroke due to the possible ishemic changes radiologist suggested the lesions might be. I have low blood pressure and low cholesterol.
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