6 months ago I became extremely tired and my hands, wrist, and forearms were weak. I ended up at the Hospital were they did a MRI of my brain. A solitary T2 weighed foci was found in the deep white matter in the right frontal lobe. Neurologist said it was possible due to Migraines. I had a sort of test (ana,lyme,thyroid, B12, HIV,syphillis, Sed rate, Muscle enyze, RA factor) all negative. My neck and hip also began to hurt. MRI of spine was done with the results of: bright T2 foci at C5,C6,C7, and T1 which may ber demyelinating disease. please give any input you have. ThanksReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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