Hi, I recently had a brain MRI - I don't have an appt with a neurologist until Wednesday so I'm a little worried about what the impression says. Can anyone explain it to me? I've had lots of severe headaches, and doctors think I might have MS but lumbar puncture and evoked potentials were normal. In lots of pain everywhere all day everyday and take Morphine for the pain. Even with that pain levels are at a 7.
Docs have said fibromyalgia but this new brain MRI says:
Imression "A few small bilateral cerebral T2 hyperintensities are seen. Recommend clinical evaluation as for the significance. Migraine, vasculitis, demyelination, lyme disease, etc. wold be included among the differential diagnosis.
No evidence of intracranial hemmorhage, infarcts or mass lesions." (This is a good thing right? LOL)
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