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582396 tn?1259863489 I am over the moon excited that DH got a 5-10 day appointment at Mayo Clinic - Dec. 10. Anyone have any experiences on what to expect etc?
627388 tn?1222198212 Has anyone from the MS forum ever seek treatment for their MS at the Mayo Clinic? If so, how was your as your experience with physicians from the clinic? I am considering driving up to Mayo at some point if my neurologist in town can't definatively diagnosis me.
Avatar f tn I have just made an appointment for a full work up at the Mayo Clinic, does anyone know the tests involved and how much they charge? Thank you!
Avatar m tn Some here on the board are not real pleased with the Mayo clinic. It seems they have their own set of standards to give out a dx of MS. I personally know nothing about them and wish you the best....hoping for that answer.
1264955 tn?1381782221 Has anybody here been to the neurology clinic at the Mayo or in their inpatient pain treatment program?
486038 tn?1300063367 I've not been to the Jacksonville Mayo or the MS clinic in Houston, I'm sorry about that. I have heard a lot of good things about the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas and Dr. Elliot Frohman who works there. I'm sure if you google his name you can find out much more than I can tell you about, here.
Avatar m tn Truthfully, I've heard one of the best MS Clinics in the US is the Mellen Center at Cleveland Clinic. You might try checking out They list all the clinics available, etc. My neuro said the clinic at Cincinatti isn't that great but thinks Cleveland Clinic is really good. I've never heard of the Mayo Clinic being highly rated for MS, but more for heart desease.
292592 tn?1234139424 This is a lot of information -- beyond the scope of this forum. Would consider a university or mayo-clinic setting for evaluation. Most pituitary "tumors" are incidental and not likely to contribute and I imagine pituitary hormones have been tested. Thyroid levels should be stabilized to address that variable.
Avatar f tn I decided that I should travel to the United States and hopefully get a diagnosis. I know that Mayo clinic and Cleveland clinic have a good dysautonomia clinics but I don't know which one should I choose so I would appreciate any suggestions !!! Also I know healthcare in the US is so expensive and since I don't have insurance I wonder how much such a visit to one of those hospitals will roughly cost ?I know it's hard to tell but I'm asking for a roughly cost. Thanks.
Avatar n tn Episodes started at about one month apart, but very severe (repeated vomiting); now more mild but every ten days or so. Symptomes do not match Mayo Clinic definition of Meniere's. Again, most curious about possible allergies. Thanks.
1225331 tn?1333365769 Maybe I was too harsh about Mayo. To be fair to Mayo Clinic, I do think they do have some very good doctors there, maybe it's just hard to get a neuro diagnosis - as it seems to be most other places in this country - so what's new? I did really think the Mayo radiologist who looked at my films was excellent - he found a couple of things the original outside radiologist did not notice such as brain mass loss.
655875 tn?1295695107 t hear back from them right away - I requested an appointment with the Mayo Clinic and it was almost a year before I heard back from them! If your current docs office does the request/referral, though, it should go a lot faster.
Avatar n tn Hi, the Mayo Clinic has a good section about geographic tongue, including some of the treatments for it. Here is what it says about risk factors that might cause it: ____________ Studies of factors that may be associated with an increased risk of geographic tongue have produced mixed results. Factors that are likely associated with an increased risk — relatively well supported by research — include the following: Family history.
Avatar f tn However that does not preclude therapeutic trials as have been recommended to you at the Mayo Clinic. You might also want to ask your Mayo Allergist if there are yet other drug therapy possibilities that might be worth a trial.
Avatar n tn You may have to "copy and paste" the link above into your browser to get to the site.
Avatar n tn im worried because ive had some lung problems in the last 2 years they took a blood test in january and said that i was posative for low alpha-1 antitrypsin. so they sent me to mayo clinic in rodchester minisota they told me that i dont have it so i dont no what to think. but now ive had this cough and ive lost 5 pounds in the last 2 weeks i went from 120.5 to 114.
553283 tn?1409694311 Cleveland Clinic and Mayo Clinic are obviously both top-flight medical centers, so the choice between the two would not be so much "which is better, Cleveland or Mayo;" it would be which one has a doctor or program that is more specialized to what you need.
572651 tn?1530999357 A while back I entered the patient scholarship opportunity for the Social Media conference at Mayo Clinic. You may have even been one of the many people who ‘liked’ me through Facebook. They awarded three scholarships for the patient/caregiver and one companion to attend the conference. I was not one of the three people selected to attend, but I did reach out to the winners with my congratulations.
973741 tn?1342342773 I just read that the Mayo Clinic in Arizonia is denying medicaid patients due to low reimbursments. They have to pay cash. Any thoughts?
237053 tn?1258828426 I went to the Mayo Clinic in AZ in January - hoping to find some answers. I will say that it is a very well run facility - but don't pin your hopes on a big "well known" facility to solve everything for you. The neurologist that I saw at the Mayo clinic didn't want to see my timeline or my list of symptoms - although at the end of my initial appointment, he did take my list of symptoms to include in my chart.
Avatar m tn Hi, were there any implants during surgery. If there are then that could be triggering an allergic response. Check with your doctors regarding this. Regards.
1857376 tn?1328882864 10) Sadly, he still feels that I have enough neurological symptoms that had not been addressed properly and continue despite all that has been done for me, so he referred me to the Mayo Clinic. Specifically, he thinks I have MS, so I will start in neurology. Now, you are caught up! BTW no Hashimoto's-never had a positive antibody test result. Thought at one time to have Hashimoto's encephalitis, fortunately that was a no.
Avatar n tn http://www.mayoclinic.
Avatar m tn ” The best advice I can give is that you should make an appointment for a thorough evaluation, at a major medical clinic such as the Mayo Clinic, the Cleveland Clinic or the or the local equivalent of those clinics. Keep in mind that while some of what you describe may have a physical basis, some of your symptoms may be an emotional response to the worry of not knowing what is going on in your body.
Avatar f tn My new neuro wants to refer me to Mayo Clinic. She thinks this is definitely an autoimmune disease but doesn't think that it is MS due to the intermittent low grade fevers for no apparent reason. I haven't discounted the fact that more than one thing may be going on. Anyway, saw that JH has the big autoimmune disorder research center and wondered, if this is what we're looking at, if it might be the better place to go. Any comments??? Thanks!