sorry the tube flipped you out. I hope the open MRI is better. They give my husband goggles and headphones and show him a movie or TV show. Last time was the Simpsons, and he had to fight hard not to laugh and shake. (doh!) I've had two MRIs for migraines, and they are not fun. But you can do it-look what you've lived thru! Can't wait to hear about the lack of enhancement and those shrinking lesions.
Kyle, no new activity is GOOD. If your MS is manageable, your EDSS is low, you are in remission, able to get on with your life...then don't sweat it. Keep doing what you're doing, thank G-d (or whomever) for today. If you are "out of wait" to quote Marie, like Chris or Keri - then Johns Hopkins is the best game in town.
My husband is doing OK, RRMS, no new lesions, none enhancing, no new disabilities....but I've got my eye on Revimmune for the future. We've got a terrific neuro, but we're also proactive.
Husband dx RRMS 3/07
dx dual jugular vein stenosis (CCSVI) 4/09
dual stents placed 5/09
CCSVI in MS