Well, first of all, sorry that the test showed something. But I know it's reassuring to know there really is a reason why you're having these problems.
If I haven't mentioned this already, ask your neuro about optical coherence tomography. It's a test that measures the thickness of your optic nerve. It will show atrophy common to MS, even when the MRI shows no lesion activity.
Wow, ash, that sounds an awful lot like what the neuropsych guy told me. You didn't wander up to Ohio State for this, did you?
WHatever it is, we pray it's accurately and quickly identified.
I had deficits that showed up when I was six years old. I was labeled learning disabled. I was not diagnosed with MS until 2009. They did not have MRIs and no one thought of MS in children.
It is a disease which does not respect age. Everyone is different when you get MS does not predict how rapidly you become disabled.
In my own case my brain has compensated so well I did not even notice the disability.