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Treatment of neuritis

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Hi Dr. Saghafi, As it turns out you were CORRECT in your suspicion for optic neuritis . I had ... to have the other side effects. The first MRI indicated optic neuritis. My reason for contacting you again ...

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Neuritis . Ethambutol was discontinued at once followed by Isoniazid within one week. MRI was carried out ...

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Hello, I live in XXXXXXX TN and there are no physicians who specialize in peripheral nerve injuries. I have Brachial Plexus Neuritis, Long Thoracic Nerve compression and lower trunk plexus palsy. I ...

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I got diagnosed with retrobulbular neuritis 4 days ago since I lost vision in my left eye. The MRI is normal. The ophthalmologist suspects Multiple Sclerosis . I have been on Encorate Chrono 500 mg twice ...

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Hello Dr. 30 yrs ago I had optic neuritis in my left eye right now I am on Tobradex 2 drops 4 times a day. for 10 days Have used them and this is my 6th day.At first the left eye burned for a couple ...

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Hi, Recently been diagnosed with optic neuritis. The doctor I visited at my local eye hospital ... or osteoporosis, which both my grandparents suffer from, so I declined that course of treatment. Would it be best ...

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Hi this is sujit from Jamshedpur, my wife diagnosis Optic Neuritis on 4 March 2014 after that MP of 1gm for three days through vain and then we go the Sankar Netralay where referred to Neurologist ...

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I have been diagnosed with vestibular neuritis. I took all those tests in the neuros office and it was confirmed. Its been 5 months and I have been getting alot better.. Yet I still have weak legs alot of days ...

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I was diagnosed with vestibular neuritis on July 5th... It took a few weeks before I actually started feeling well again.... Then on August 15th... It was back again,, extreme vertigo, nauseated ...

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I BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH LUMBOSCRAL NEURITIS NOS. THE SYMPTOMS STARTS WITHIN HOURS FROM STUMBLING THEN REGAINED MY BALANCE FROM A FALL FROM WORK. I NEVER HAD BACK PAIN BUT I HAD TWO SMALL BAKER CYST FOUND ...

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Hello: My husband has been suffering with vertigo for 8 months. He was diagnosed with vestibular neuritis. He has been to vestibular rehab, which helped his balance but he is still dizzy. They said ...

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I was finally diagnosed with Optic Neuritis by a Neuro Opthalmologist on my right eye Nov 2013. Had ... right eye. Last May, I rejected the Solumedrol treatment since it did not help much and the last time I ...

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Hello, I was diagnosed with optic neuritis last June, and was experiencing a multitude ... ANA, and optic neuritis (neurologist has never addressed or spoken about these again) should I seek ...

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I have MS and have been seeing a neurologist for 8 years. I recently had optic neuritis again. I have had two appointments within the last two months as I changed form Betaferon to Aubagio ...

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hi my daughter has chronic optic neuritis her neurologist ran out of options, the last treatment he put her on ketamine for five days to relief her of her pain, and prednezone for inflamation nothing ...

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doctor1 MD

In most cases it resolves gradually over a period of one month, the time for the nerve to heal itself. At times some mild dizziness can persist, often exacerbated by anxiety as well.

doctor1 MD

branchial neuritis

doctor1 MD

Could be neuritis