I think it's always a great idea to always get copies of medical tests, including both the paper report and CD of MRIs. The downside to getting them prior to seeing your doc to go over them is that it puts one in the difficult spot like the one you are now in, trying to figure out what they mean without the trainig and expertise to do so.
Because of that I'm not comfortable trying to decipher what your reports mean, though in answer to your question: with MS would the report say MS? It may or may not, depends on the radiologist. It definitely should never be definitive eg: this patient has MS, as MS is diagnosed not just on MRI alone but on other testing (such as evoked potentials, lumbar puncture), other testing such as blood work to rule out any mimics, and based on patient history of symptoms and clinical evaluation. Some radiologists may use terms like "consistent with MS lesions" or "evidence of demyelinating disease" similar to your second MRI or something along those lines. Some may make no mention of MS as they leave it to the neurologist to make that interpretation.
I will also just add that most of the symptoms you mention honestly don't sound like MS to me, based on my own experience and what I've learned from others:
Many MS patients find that increased body temp - eg: due to fever, exercise, hot weather, hot bath - can temporarily worsen their symptoms. This is called Uthoff's phenomenon. However, what you describe: getting hot easily and flushed face do not sound like MS synmptoms to me. I do get facial flushing occasionally but this is a side effect of my medication. If you are presently on any meds you should check to see if this symptom is actually a side effect.
Cognitive/learning issues are a MS symptom, often but not always later in the disease process. However this is a very nonspecific symptom and could be due to many other condition,s as well as again, a side effect of meds.
Tremors are also a MS symptom but again, nonspecific and a symptom of other diseases too. I haven't heard of anyone with MS whose tremors are brought on my nervousness.
Getting up fast and blacking out sounds like it might be a low blood pressure issue.
Tingling upon hitting your arm is normal.
Will you be seeing a neurologist soon to go over your MRI results? If so, till then try not to be too anxious about it. I know, easier said than done, but it won't help you to get worked up unnecessarily. It helps during the waiting if there's things you can do, friends to visit with, etc to keep your mind off of things.
Thanks so much,
I appreciate the responses. I am confused, I saw 2 drs. the first dr. said it's M.S.: by looking at my MRI's- lesions on the brain, cystic issues
I saw the 2nd neurologist who said it's something at birth. after I was born I was diagnosed with strep B (blood infection). Which can cause issues with development.
with the tingling- I notice I have this once in a while. I will be doing something & have this happen.