Lyon wrote:I personally feel that the evidence shows that MS is always active to varying degrees and that when MS "seems" to be in remission or inactive, it's really only slowed to the point that plasticity is capable of hiding the damage from us.
Sharon wrote:Since being diagnosed with MS, my neuro has always referred to me as having inactive MS. His explanation is that I have lesions, but they have never shown as enhanced lesions on my MRI, nor have I had any inflammation in the brain or the spinal cord. This being said, I have had a decrease in muscle and nerve function affecting the left leg. The neuro told me to expect an increase in disability. I do not take any prescribed medications, because they (CRABs) treat inflammation which I do not have.
Users browsing this forum: cognitivelydissonant