If there are obvious lesions on my spine and brain and I feel like absolute garbage all of the time, and the radiologist says they are consistent with "demyelinating disease",why is the neuro saying he is "not sure what they are, could be normal lesions"???? Not that I want to have MS, but a diagnosis would be nice so that people dont think I;m faking all the time anymore. Anybody else get frustrated by this? I am having a spinal tap in a week or so, which hopefully will be more specific for him, but why is he so against them being "MS lesions"? Am I just being overly sensitive?
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