So, I've just had my new MRI, and for the life of me I couldn't figure it out. I tried translating it into english from russian, german, pig latin. I even went so far as to using the davinci code thinking it was in some sort of secret society code but nothing worked lol. Alright so seriously, my neuro is telling me I need to switch from copaxone to tysabri asap because of my mri results. So just for a little backround, I had an MRI in April and it showed 9 lesions in my brain. This was my first MRI. I just had another one the end of Novemeber and it shows "no fewer than 22 new lesions" but 5 of the ones that I previously had decreased in size and a couple completely disappeared. I've only been on Copaxone since July... So I guess my question is what the hell? Lol my neuro won't actually explain to me what all that means. Is it bad I have that many? Is it good that they decreased in size? Gaaah I'm so frustrated with this gobbeldygook.
If any of you have the magic decifer code to MRIs I would appreciate it soooooo much!!!