Cece wrote:I guess the migraines masked the underlying MS, because migraines can cause white spots too. It can take awhile to get an MS diagnosis even when it seems clearer in retrospect.
A spinal spot is more serious because there is less plasticity in the spine, and a spinal spot can cause mobility issues that are very difficult to recover. Brainstem spots are also more concerning.
White spots can also occur as part of normal aging, so if you happen to be older, that would also confuse the diagnosis.
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