Were all of your MRI lesions (if you had them) the typical pattern of MS?
I had several white matter lesions that weren't there 15 years ago. The radiologist, however thought they weren't typical for MS. So, wondering how typical is typical? Like 99% present one way? As I prepare for my appointment with the Neurologist, where I just feel like I will be blown off for some reason..(we are happy you didn't have a stroke and you don't have MS, so we don't know...have a nice day). I am curious as to what they are going to say. I know we are not mind readers but the past 2 weeks where my arm is STILL numb (well, more like my hand) I have really thought about all of those symptoms that you just blow off. I am busy, mother to 4 kids with a huge age span (25 - 9) and run my own dance business. So, when I have a shooting pain in my head like an electrical shock, or get dizzy, have constant brain fog, constipation issues, and random numbness, I can always chalk it up to nothing big. But when you put it all together and start thinking about it all, it seems as though SOMETHING is going on. Right? Anyway, just curious about the MRI white matter.