Is it possible to have cognitive problems related to MS without having a lesion in the brain? I've been feeling "foggy" lately, but last MRI I had showed no lesions in the brain. Yesterday at work, I was counting out change to a customer and literally forgot what I was doing. Needless to say, that guy thought I was an idiot! Also, I'm wondering how often everyone gets an MRI. I haven't had one since August, but my new neurologist does not feel I need a new one. Since I've had a flare up with new symptoms, shouldn't I get one?
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