It seems obvious that the biggest problem people with "progressive" MS and MS which doesn't show obvious inflammation on mri is NOT that Revimmune wouldn't work but that the people responsible for the studies want to compile the best and most impressive results for their "product" at this time.
Obviously the quickest, most impressive and most easily documentable results come from symptom relief resulting from dampening higher levels of inflammation.....early MS/RRMS.
"Merely" stopping disease progress in later/progressive/less inflammatory phases, in which symptoms are less owed to inflammation and more owed to axon death/damage, isn't nearly as impressive or documentible, although most anyone with MS would consider stopping MS progress hugely beneficial, and there is good evidence that rebooting the immune system is capable of stopping disease progress in any MS phase.
Is it worth it to me to look into revimmune as an option?
That's the million dollar question because it seems the answer is that no one will be willing to treat you and the answer IS NOT that it wouldn't work.....if you consider "working" to be stopping disease progress.
I read revimmune doesnt work with people who dont have any enhancenced lesions. Has anyone recently had this treatment who has not shown enhanancement for years?
My MS has been mild and I have had it for years, but recently I been having new symptoms. Tingling, burning muscle pain, just no energy, so tired I feel like someone gave me a sleeping pill etc...
My last MRI has been stable, like it always has been for years. Only difference was I had a small lesion on my spine and they said it was gone on the current MRI. I dont have any black holes or brain shrinkage. So I assumed all is good, but I feel just awful! I feel worse now than I have in all my years with MS. I used to love swimming all day, now I just rather sit, when I do swim I am so wiped out for days it's not worth it.