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Avatar f tn How can MS lesions and migraine lesions differ (I believe two leisons were 6mm but all others are smaller? I've had headaches but only one that was surely a migraine in 2013. No family history of migraines either except my aunt who had a brain tumor. I definitely do not have a tumor but a 15mm polyp in my right maxillary sinus cavity at the bottom that looks like bone in the middle of it. ENT doc asked if I had an dental implant in which I do not.
Avatar n tn Ulcers in the mouth sometimes occur in overt AIDS, due either to actual canker sores or other problems that cause similar lesions. However, I stress "overt AIDS". This is not a symptom of early HIV; it is pretty much limited to people with multiple other manifestations of AIDS, mostly in people who are deathly ill. I have never heard of oral ulcers as the only symptom of HIV or of being the very first symptom. So the direct answers are: 1) No, probably not.
Avatar n tn Very last question before I go to the doctor. In addition to the white lesions in my groin area, I have been getting thrush on my tongue about once every other month for the last 6-9 months including a current episode. When going through the various STD symptoms, I saw that frequent thrush was a symptom of aids as the immune system is weak. I don't have an explanation for the frequent thrush and I don't have a clue what the lesions in my groin are...are these symptoms for aids?
Avatar m tn Everyone with AIDS has a positve antibody test, as do many peole who have not progressed to the advanced stage of disease represented by AIDS. This will be my last answer. You do not have HIV or AIDS.
Avatar m tn all my hiv test was Negative also my last test was a year ago also was a negative but i still have some Symptoms some of this symptoms like..+ Problems in the mouth 'ulcers' + 'in the throat pills' + Problems in the tongue + Problems in the nose + Lesions in the body + Tumor in the foot + Spots in the body + Foot infections + Inability to sleep + Diaphoresis and brush become very wet + Problems in Adavr the feet + Abdominal pain + Rash sparse.................
Avatar m tn I think Im experiencing AIDS symptoms. I have shortness of breath, fatigue, and now I started experiencing a weird sensation in my foot, as if someone is holding a lighter near to my ankle. It doesnt burn but it feels warm for a few seconds then goes away. Happens daily I think. So im wondering if theres a high chance I got AIDS through the damaged tissue.
Avatar n tn In the past few years I've been susceptible to some respiratory symptoms. They usually start with heavy sneezing, then followed by a mild fever, and sometimes my nose will be running. This will last maybe 5 days, and I think on average I've had this once or twice a year. There was also one case of where I thought was bronchitis; I had some trouble breathing, and they did an x-ray and said they didn't really see anything. They gave me antibiotics anyway.
Avatar f tn I have had a clear spinal MRI, 8 small lesions in my frontal lobes in a brain MRI, clear lumbar puncture, clear vision provoking test, blood work is all great except a minor vitamin d deficiency and I've had three rounds even some sent out of state to test for all autoimmune diseases, lymes was negative as well. Had shoulder MRI's (could be separate issue) which revealed mild tendinopathy and small amounts of fluid.
Avatar n tn so wud immunocompetant people not get any KS lesions at all if they do NOT have HIV?
Avatar f tn um I was with my bf for like a year anyways he left me about a month ago he just left didnt tell me he was leaving I think he may have hiv or aids and has infected me ive been feeling sick for a while off and on but I have not been tested in about a year anyways ive got this rly bad cough and sometimes I feel like its hard to breathe it been like tht for a couple weeks now I dont have insurance and ive been too much of a coward to go to the hospital because im by myself I cnt tell my family...
Avatar n tn Is it possible to have persistent HIV symptoms a few months after exposure? Say like 3-4 months?
1253197 tn?1331209110 Demylating causes lesions. This can occur even with out symptoms that is why it is important to stay on a DMD even when you are symptom free. Inflammation can also cause symptoms and the symptoms go away or lessen when the inflammation goes down. This is what steroids are used for. The two processes can happen at the same time so it is tricky. In a nut shell it is not easy to prove new symptoms with a scan. In my case I have had MS symptoms for over forty years and I have two lesions.
Avatar m tn Chinahand, wow, maybe that's what this was. Thanks very much for your insight. But why would she only have it one her legs? Looking at pics on the web it appears that most people have it on their back primarily? And Doctor, if you could weigh in, I'd feel a lot more at ease knowing that birthmarks are not symptoms of HIV/AIDS. Reason being, I read somewhere that as one's immune system is compromised with the disease, increasing numbers of birthmarks are possible?
Avatar f tn Thanks, I have 2 lesions on the brain. The spinal lesions are not confirmed yet. I have symptoms and got an "F" on my neuro exam. And as I am in a Masters program I am not talking about any exam I am taking there. I am following a diet. I walk. I even have been rock climbing. Mind you when I get to the top I can not walk to the Jeep. But I do make it to the top. I think the aggrivation is not being able to feel but that is okay when it comes to injections, and the muscle spasms.
Avatar m tn 2007 was diag. date, he has probably 10 lesions (give or take) the first lower back MRI was this year with 2 lesions, his symptoms seem to be getting more and worse with some relief in between but it doesn't seem to totally go away, back pain, shaky hands, lower leg pain, some cognitive issues as well. The dr. seems to go only by the MRI results, and basically blows off his other issues.
Avatar m tn In your experience and knowledge, is it unlikely to experience HSV2 symptoms such as lower back/buttock/sacral pain without apparent gland enlargement or lesions? That is, if you have these symptoms (sacral pain) do you normally have the gland enlargement and lesions as well? If the lesions appear later, how much later is typical?
Avatar f tn I was told by a Doctor the trick with MS is lesions do not always correspond with symptoms. In MS a lot of damage is gray matter damage which does not show up on an MRI. I was told the rule of thumb for Neurologists is the symptoms lie equal or below the damage. So if you only had leg symptoms they would do an MRI of the spine. With left arm it would be cervical or brain. With it being left sided it could be on the right side of the brain or where signals cross the brain.
Avatar m tn I am a sucker... I have had some strange visual symptoms I've been trying to map. Ask Bob. :) ;) lol ~ My mind realizes there are a lot of reasons NOT to do this. As another example, you can have a hyperintense lesion show up on a T1 GAD enhancement MRI but because it's a new lesion, it doesn't show up on other sequences.The tissue isn't damaged enough until the scar tissue forms yet you could have many symptoms.
Avatar m tn I have a few questions related to a close friend who has been recently diagnosed with MS. I would appreciate any help or feedback from you all. My friend is a bright and smart 32 year old. In her early 20's she was diagnosed with Lyme. As was her entire family. None of them had the bullseye rash. The living environment where she grew up as a child was one of disarray and I have been told there were infestations of the highest level of fleas, lice, roaches, and overall filth.
Avatar f tn Because you describe it as 'numbness and tingling everywhere', that seems more like peripheral neuropathy than MS. MS can't really present all-over simultaneous symptoms as the lesions that cause our symptoms are located in specific spots of the brain or spinal cord. Your EMG results should give a better indication if peripheral neuropathy is likely. Your report may have actually stated that demyelination should be included in the *differential diagnosis*.