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What Are The Symptoms Of Ms In Women
I have MS like symptoms for 6 months.Neuro thinks it's anxiety and gave me cymbalta.It took 80% of pain away.Im no anxious or depressed.I need a cure?
I am a 58 year old woman, who's feet are always cold and in pain I have been in good health although 3 years ago i had some MS type symptoms but the spinal fluid came back normal.
Foot symptoms: Having symptoms like that in your feet may indicate something bothering the nerves in your legs, such as peripheral neuropathy, rather than MS. The spinal fluid is only one test for MS however, so nothing is certain about the cause in this case. A repeat history and examination should be the next step. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could a 30 y/o female without lesions have MS if symptoms are present? Neurologist is discussing Parkinson's, but the symptoms don't totally match up.
Symptoms of MS: Symptoms of MS vary a lot from person to person. They may be a loss of function for 24 hours or longer. This could affect vision in one eye, sensation to touch on one side of the body, weakness, clumsiness, trouble walking, or double vision. These are symptoms of MS attacks or relapses. This is the most common kind of symptom for people with MS. Many people with MS have fatigue also. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What causes tingling in the left outer side of tongue? If this is the only symptom that she feels could it be ms? (asking for a female, 31) thanks!
Head pressure, dizziness, and blurry vision for over 3 years without a diagnosis in a 36 year-old, with empty sella on MRI.....?
Empty Sella Syndrome: This case most likely constitutes Empty Sella Syndrome (ESS), which can be associated with Pseudotumor Cerebri. Next step is to get a full endocrinology workup, especially examining pituitary hormone levels. A full ophthalmological/retinal exam and lumbar puncture can also be done to evaluate further. Treatment can then be devised based on these test and examination results. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I've had all the symptoms of MS for about 6 years off and on, the past 6 months they're getting worse, what's my best course of action for a diagnosis?
MS Dx- how to make: The best way to make a diagnosis of MS is to be interviewed and examined by a neurologist, then undergo tests of MRI and spinal tap, if needed. It is hard to do this on telemedicine. In general, to see how the diagnosis of MS is made, try this informational web link http://www.neurocuro.com/how-do-you-know-if-you-have-ms/ ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Neurological problem: Initially, ms patients may present with loss of vision in one eye, problems with leg weakness, or difficulties with balance and coordination. Fatigue and worsening of symptoms during hot weather is common. Many pts develop problems with memory and emotions. In the most common form, there are periodic flares or relapses, and without treatment, disability can become quite severe. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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