Hi and welcome,
In the findings section of your report it provides you with specific lesion information..."These are old rounded and measure approximately 1 mm. These are nonspecific and could represent incidental gliosis. Migraine related white matter change could also cause these findings. These are not typical for demyelination."
A few 'tiny' (less than 3mm in size) round shaped white matter lesions only located in the subcortical area are very common findings and because of the shape, size and singular common location it would generally indicate these findings are highly unlikely to be demyelinating lesions, which are the specific type of lesions suggestive-consistent with MS.
Your MRI report also states within the conclusions section that your MRI only showed "Occasional subcortical white matter hyperintensities in the centrum semiovale ovale probably incidental gliosis. Migraine related white matter change could also cause these findings. These are not typical for demyelination."
IF MS was one of the potential causation's you were being assessed for, what ever symptoms, neurologically abnormal clinical signs you have etc, it looks like your brain MRI evidence alone would be placing a condition like MS very low down on your potential causes list, so it's very possible what you've experienced is not related to a neurological condition like MS and one of it's mimics.
I hope that helps.....JJ