I have heard numerous times from my neuro, other docs, and on this board that 5% of people diagnosed with MS do not have plaques show up on MRIs or anything show up in spinal fluid. If you fall into that 5% and are officially diagnosed, how did you get that diagnosis? What other tests were done or was it diagnosed by flare symptoms only?
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