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Pregnenolone Lc Ms Ms
What about it?: Perhaps you can state your question more clearly. Healthtap is not a search engine. It's a place for asking questions and receiving answers from doctors. Unfortunately none of us is a mind reader and we cannot guess what a person's intent is when they put a couple of words together and a question mark at the end. A question mark at the end of a phrase doesn't turn the phrase into a question. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Better?: Both medications are classified as opioid analgesics meaning they are derived from opium. Ms contin (morphine) is an extended release formulation indicated for constant, chronic pain. These medications should only be prescribed for severe pain. The longterm use of these medications is controversial and should be done under the direction of a qualified physician. ...Read more
Was on many medications for confirmed MS (rebif, copaxone, gilenya, tysabri, (natalizumab) tecfidera) none helped control.. Is this typical of ms? Next step?
Unusual but possible: Visit an ms center.Get a more detailed answer ›
?+oligoclonal in csf, + opt neuritis,vep abn,EMG Abn, ocular CT abn,neuro cog test abn. No lesions. ? MS. +s/s- n/t legs,balance,speech.ms imitat.Neg
Clarification: You have multiple issues, and most would strongly implicate MS. But if an MRI of both brain and spinal cord is normal, you do NOT have MS. However, several other possibilities exist, and you need to clarify your diagnosis. May help to obtain another opinion. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What do these numbers mean on my EKG vent rate 120bmp pr interval 152 MS qrs dur 82 MS qt/qtc 286/404 MS p-r-t axes 59 73 -69?
Tachycardia : But otherwise normal....Why would you have resting tachycardia is the more appropriate question. ...Read more
How to diagnose MS: There are MS symptoms, and then there are symptoms that help to make the diagnosis of MS. For example, muscle spasm is a symptom of MS, and many other illnesses. Lesions of the brain are caused by MS, but also by viruses, head injuries, etc. If you have the right symptoms and the right MRI findings, the diagnosis should be clear. With MS, the diagnosis is rarely that easy to make. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My chest hurts
HR is 61bpm
P is 95 ms
PR is 108 ms
is 105 ms
QT is 398 ms
QTC 403 ms
P/QRS/T is 43/56/69
Doc said GERD...pain still in chest?
EKG: My chest hurts HR is 61bpm= normal P is 95 ms normal PR is 108 ms is 105 ms close to normal QT is 398 ms= normal QTC 403 ms normal P/QRS/T is 43/56/69 Doc said GERD NORMAL EKG HR = 60 - 90 BPM PR Interval: 0.12 - 0.20 sec QRS Duration: 0.06 - 0.10 sec QT Interval (QTc < 0.40 sec) Frontal Plane QRS Axis: +90 o to -30 o (in the adult) Have a stress EKG on a treadmill. ...Read more
Recently seen by hemotologist Oncologist routinely he says MS. Neurologists stumped. All tests show MS findings,MRIs show deyemilenting disease, MS?
It is most likely if: If you have neurological symptoms like patches of numbness, spotty weakness of muscles or vision impairment, then the MRI findings do support the diagnosis of MS. You should have your neurologist guide you further. You will need regular follow up and likely require medical treatment for MS. ...Read more
T2/FLAIR hyperintensity MRI w/o contrast, 25 y/o female. Normal?? "Nonspecific 3mm nodular WMH rt ant. parietal subcortical" MD referred to MS spec.
Got asd &asa had ekg its abnormal right axis deviation qrs axis >100 vent rate 87bpm pr int 139 ms qrs dur 85 ms at/qtc 361/406 ms prt axes 70 106 31
See below: Your atrial septal defect and atrial septal aneurysm are sufficient to account for a RAD. You need to ask the echo reader to quantitate the amount of left to right shunting that is present. If significant. the ASD should be closed. The other parameters of your EKG are normal. ...Read more
Severe paresthesia in extremities. Negative for MS (brain and spinal MRIs), negative EMG & NCS. On Lyrica (pregabalin) & Cymbalta but no relief. Recommendations?
More info req'd: It sounds like you've had a complex Neurological work-up and are intereted in seeking a second opinion. I would be glad to help, yet would need to see more data before throwing a diagnostic assumption at you. Please gather your medical records (labs/imaging/etc) and schedule a virtual consult with me for further details. I'm interested and available. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
MRI showed minimal nonspecific white matter change = diagnosis: migraines, premature vessel ischemic. Doc said take topamax (topiramate) (24yrold-F). 2nd opinion?
Migraines: White matter lesions described may be seen with migraine, cigarette smoking, head trauma, hypertension, and aging. Would not worry about these lesions, and instead focus upon headache control measures, such as prevention with topirimate. But many other OTC and prescription items which can do as good or better a job without adverse effects from topirimate. Maybe HA specialist can serve your need ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Low T4 (2.4mug/l), ft4 (0.6 ng/dl), T3 (liothyronine) (40 ng/dl) and ft3 (2 pg/ml) TSH (4.7 uiu/ml) . Other harmones stable. Should i get pituitary MRI done?
Headache and dyasthesia for 1year. Neuro thinks migraines. Brain Mri normal and bloods. Liver Alt 67. Worried about ms. Would MS show on Mri?
Headaches: Yes. Multiple sclerosis (MS) plaques are commonly found on an MRI study along the corpus callosum, periventricular white matter, cerebellum, brain stem, and spinal cord. A lumbar puncture with analysis of the cerebrospinal fluid will make the diagnosis of MS. See the neurologist to manage the headaches and dysesthesias. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
No reflexes anywhere but diagnosis MS 2001. Now severe neuropathy plus sjogrens etc. Docs think cidp plus ms. Important to differentiate the 2? How diagnosis cidp.
L'hermittes occurred w/o other MS symptoms. Mri of c spine & brain clear. Vep ok. But- lumbar puncture detected bands. What are chances of having ms?
Fairly high, but: There are other causes for lhermitte's such as vitamin b-12 problems, and even lyme disease. Make certain that other potential disorders are excluded. Although the oligoclonal bands correlate very highly with ms, other immune disorders could cause presence. Maybe check peripheral nerve function on a screening emg, just to be sure. Most docs would do followup MRI in 6 months. ...Read more
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