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Last Stages Of Multiple Sclerosis
Is it risky for someone with Multiple Sclerosis to be around someone who recovered from MRSA within the last 5 months?
VARIABLE RISKS: The MS itself does not usually cause an infection risk without compromise of specific areas, such as increased risk of urinary tract infections, or demise from pneumonia. Bigger issue involves our potent medications which may suppress the immune system. Recovery from MRSA appears to provide no problem, as unlikely residual infectivity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dr. What if on last MRI the lesions of multiple sclerosis disappear? is that means that I'm healed ?yeah I'm the patient
Generic answer: Not sure what you mean by "twitch". The face can flicker due to facial myokymia, which may be a lesion in the brainstem. Electrical shocks in upper back or chest, can indicate problems within spinal cord in neck. An MS hug can represent abnormal tightness over chest or abdomen due to spinal cord lesion. Short circuiting can result in brief tonic spasms. Each needs different approaches. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a primary progressive multiple sclerosis and for the last three months I have had uncontrollable frustrating itchingtopical cream's prescribed ?
Dr. What if on last MRI the lesions of multiple sclerosis disappear? is that means that the patient healed Or the mylenation occurs again??
Please repost: Are YOU the patient? Because the likelihood of MS in an 18-year-old non-Caucasian male is extremely small. Who is the patient? ...Read more
Unkown: Every case is different and their is no set answer. Often it can be permanent without any recovery. This needs to be evaluated and followed by an ophthalmologist. Even with return to any extent there can be relapses or other problems affecting vision. This can occur even with the ms in remission under treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have multiple sclerosis and have had 22 mri's with gadolinum in the last 10 years. Does this put me risk of cancer?
Probably not: Gadolinium is a paramagnetic substance that enhances MRI images when given intravenously. It is not clearly associated with any cancers. It is largely inert in humans and completely eliminated from the system in a fairly short period of time, though in patients with kidney failure there are rare cases of kidney damage from repeated injection. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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