In most cases, there are one or two lesions, and we can say 'you might have MS', but you have several, and we agreed. We can safely say you have MS
Before all this last exacerbation, I was running everyday. It was the one thing that really made me feel alive again after all the brain-fog and the depression set in (Suppose this is my main source of hope nowadays. I know this exacerbation will pass, and I'll be back on the road). Before all this began, I was a top student in my classes; I would get grumpy if I dropped below a 4.0 GPA. Before all of this began, I had a girlfriend who I thought I'd spend the rest of my life with. Now? Well... I can't run at all; I failed last semester; and I'm now single as of September (Still good friends though! Lucky me!). At least now I know what's going on. I suppose I can consider myself 'lucky' in that regard. I suppose it'll all work out in the end though. I'm fortunately blessed with a great memory for the good times, and a bad memory for what ain't. This'll all be a bad dream in a few weeks. It also helps that I'm majoring in Computer Sciences, so I'm already all set for a desk job, heh.
I'm Rob, 22, and usually a very easy going guy. Just been a bad year. How about a toast to continuing good health though?