I agree with the others, sounds like you might want a new neuro. Two years after an MRI you got the report? Tha't just crazy. But whatever you decide, stick to a plan you're comfortable with. It's working for you. Good for you on keeping moving and staying active.
One thing to potentially discuss with your doc is the fact that your new white matter lesions don't appear to correspond with disability or disease progression. Especially if you haven't had any new symptoms or relapses....sounds like copaxone is working for you. New research is showing that gray matter atrophy
is more correlated to disability than the amount of white matter lesions. This is why someone like my husband can have over 20 lesions on his brain and cervical spine, but have normal gray matter and still be mogul skiing--while a progressive patient might have one lesion, loss of gray matter tissue and be physically impaired. Ask your doc how your thalamus, brain stem and third ventricle
are doing. They can compare past MRIs and look for tissue loss. Here's more on this if you're interested. general-discussion-f1/topic19418.html