i can only tell you what happened with me, i mean there are a lot of people on various kinds of treatments here, but when i went to the peripheral neurologist (who still sees me periodically for follow-up even though the ms clinic ignores me), he referred me to the ms clinic where my diagnosis was confirmed and straight away they gave me a rebif prescription and started me on the liver monitoring tests. i had brought in all the info i had found about various supplements and the doctor glanced briefly over it and commented that the vitamin D was a good idea. when i decided against rebif that was it - the MS clinic has ignored me ever since. so, no drugs here, they are not even monitoring me. but, my numbness has never fully left me. so anyway yea, the MS specialist i saw was full on about rebif too. but nobody ever suggested that my attack was worthy of steroids, and i couldn't feel anything properly from my collarbone down. i had no position sense and had to do everything with visual feedback, couldn't grip things, it was weird. still nobody ever said steroids. if you don't have any symptoms, i don't know why they would suggest them! they must be really freaked out by your mri. i am not sure what you mean by an inhibitor.