a spinal tap will tell you for sure., I had 2 MRI's which found about 20 lisians on the top of my brain and had a bunch of test to tell what it may be affecting. I hope you find an answer.....View Thread
my cousin is the same way.. anything over 75 degree's and she's done.... I started taking bee pollen with my viatimans and It seemed to help with the tingling and fatigue.. you may want to try exercise and drink lots of fluidsView Thread
i've never had the weight loss issue and have not heard of that as of yet., a spinal tap is the test that will tell u truely if you have MS Brain liasons can be caused by other things such as cocaine use., not that you ever did that., was making a point.. You may want to get another opinion or get a spinal tap since you've said they told you of no liasonsView Thread
I have short term., don't think the memory thing will get better.,. although I've seen supplement advertised as well as vitamins to take to help with memory., sorry I can't remember the names,,,,,View Thread
You may want to take calcium/magnisium also..I've heard that helps you body absorb it better with taking the vitamin D
I also take B-6, Niacin, fishoil, C and 1-2000 iu of D., I considered taking a multi -vitamin but actually make up a vitamin pack and allow the food I eat to get the rest. Niacin helps clean you out and is good for the nervious system, you can get the one's so your skin doesn't flush.View Thread
a spinal tap is a tell all to see if you have MS from what I've benn told.. Lesions can be caused by a couple of factors which my not be MS related. It happened with me after getting really sick amd runs in my family on my mothers side.
A MRI showed I had about 18 lesions on the top of my brain, but am lucky so far. Some of what you describe could attribute to MS., Do you have pins and needles effect or visual issues?? Balance or memory?? I'd get the spinal tap to be sure and seek more than one doctor.View Thread
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