thinking like that is the slippery slope to real depression. I know becuase I was equally panicked about everything when I was dx 9 years ago. Even now I occasionally get a bout of panic when I think about MS and it marching along with me.......
The thing is you have a good chance of halting/slowing the progression on a CRAB, especially as you are catching it early, and not leaving it to an attack of paralysis like I did. Even still, 9 years later I'm doing very well indeed, so all my worrying for nowt. I was told I had so many lesions my brain was like a "chequer-board" and that really freaked me out. All the new lesions you have may equally have disappeared a month from now, or will remain clinically "silent". Sometimes, not knowing how my MRI's are is positive I think. In Ireland we don't tend to get MRI's frequently as the neuros feel it doesn't necessarily link up with progression or disabiity load, so it doesn't exactly tell you much. Your functioning, your mobility, your intellectual functioning will all tell you much more.
We're all doing this coz we're scared! But yesterday my neuro told me they are trialling pill form interferons (sadly no copaxone pill, I'm on cop
) so maybe that will be a positive on the horizon for many of us.