Multiple sclerosis diagnosis young adults

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Avatar m tn Since, just this last month, my left eye lid has been shaking every now and then, i started looking for neurological diseases so I ended up reading about Multiple Sclerosis. I'm 22 years old, actually i'll be 22 in a few days. I'm a computer programmer/ software engineer and stuff. Anyway, i read that MS targeted young adults so could be.
572651 tn?1530999357 There was exciting news coming from New Orleans last week at the American Academy of Neurology conference. Here is a brief synopsis of the highlights, taken from an email I received today. Even the ones that aren't MS related make for some good reading. you can find links to all of these stories through their website at http://www.medpagetoday.
Avatar n tn While there are a few surgical procedures/ phalloplasty, that may help increase the size of the penis these are often not required and neither advised in the absence of a functional abnormality. Erectile dysfunction can develop in young adults due to a variety of causes.
Avatar f tn SLAP!!! I say RUN don't walk from your "neurologist" as soon as he makes an appointment for you with an MS Specialist! I can't believe he did an LP and didn't even check for Oligloconal his office on Monday morning ok and see if they have found an MS Specialist for you and if they haven't, call your family doctor and let them know you need an MS Specialist right away!
Avatar m tn One of them said it is all due to ur anxiety ( Cause i do not have any bladder problems and dizziness, numbness tingling all is due to anxiety) but one said its Multiple Sclerosis+ anxiety. My MRI and EEG were clear. Currently i have high frequency of muscle tingling through out my body only when i am lying on bed plus i see double vision of any statement especially ( white in colour) on TV and laptop. Is it MS? Should I start taking Med for MS or just let it be and hope it will go away?
20858854 tn?1546654093 The potential for a misdiagnoses is likely high because the diagnostics evidence is very similar to MS, but there are a few specific details that help make the diagnosis of defuse sclerosis more clear instead of MS or any of the other related differentials. "Differential diagnosis It often mimics intracranial neoplasm or abscess.[4] Viral encephalitis or viral meningitis, subacute sclerosing panencephalitis (SSPE), progressive rubella panencephalitis, brucellosis. Churg-Strauss syndrome.
739070 tn?1338603402 Update on Multiple Sclerosis Diagnostic Criteria New criteria are aimed at simplifying magnetic resonance imaging requirements in assessment of clinically isolated syndromes. This update of the 2005 McDonald criteria for diagnosing multiple sclerosis (MS) is an effort to simplify and improve on the previous criteria (Ann Neurol 2005; 58:840) in light of recent investigations. The authoring panel stresses that these criteria should be used only for assessing a classic demyelinating event.
Avatar m tn Premature ejaculation could develop in young adults due to a variety of causes. Psychological stress, performance anxiety, depression, neurogenic disorders peyronie's disease, body image issues, medications, alcohol, smoking, drugs/medications, hormonal imbalance, radiation therapy, kidney failure, metabolic disorders, multiple sclerosis, hypertension, diabetes, prostatitis, urethritis etc. just to name a few.
1410068 tn?1282729167 Hi Limbo land friends, I have finally recieved a confirmed diagnosis that I do in fact have Multiple Sclerosis. So I will be leaving you all. I hope and pray that each one of you find peace and good health. It is in Gods hands or so they tell me. Thank you all for the support and helpful information. I will be moving on to the Multiple Sclerosis group now.
Avatar m tn The possibility of trigeminal neuralgia being caused by multiple sclerosis increases when it occurs in young adults. Great link to read... Multiple Sclerosis Community Lies My Neuro Told Me or (Common MS Myths): http://www.medhelp.