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bill+1
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Hi ALL , I have been getting a M R I annually for the past 4 years . Until now nothing has showed up .

My M.D. sent me a letter with the results , this is it minus some noneccential info.

The MRI completed on 5/21/20 was compared to prior MRI. Nonspecific tiny bilateral puncta and deep white matter foci were noted .

the differential diagnoses includes hypertention,chronic migrains,vasculitis,sequelae,a small vessel disease,or demyelinating disease also minimal [confused] ethmoid sinus disease .

then advised me to discuss these findings with a neurologist .

My first LLMD appointment is just over 2 weeks away. I would rather dicuss this with him rather than see another DR.

Any and all input is welcome thanks BILL

Through IGENX I tested positive for Lyme antibodies on both IGG and IGM . [confused]

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Skip the neuro.

In my experience many neuros think they are Gods + only they can figure out what is going on.

My opinion is from being a Chiropractor + sharing some patients with some neuros.

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thanks massman , you conffermed what I was wanting to do . I have seen enough neuro's to know what you are talking about .

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Went to neuro with a similar diagnoses on mri. Doesn't convince her I have borrelia, even though spect scans 2 of them and mri with lesions does. Waste of money and time.

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Hi Putnam , that's just about what I thought might happen . I had no idea what borrellia would show up like on mri . Thanks BILL

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