Long story short as I can-- I am a 36 yo female with recent sudden onset of muscle pain and weakness (both sides of body). Many tests later the only thing of clinical significance was my MRI result. It showed "several tiny foci of T2 hyperintensity in the bilateral cerebral white matter. Differential considerations could include tiny foci of gliosis related to chronic vascular headaches, minimal chronic small vessel ischemic change or possibly small foci of demylination." I am so confused, as I don't believe I am a vascular headache sufferer.... They are trying to rule out or diagnose MS. Spinal fluid was normal. From what I understand, in MS-- aren't the lesions found typically in a different part of the brain? Anyone with any insight is greatly appreciated.