3pm. My neuro called to tell me that he found no active or new lesions when comparing my MRIs against those taken in June of 2011. I know that this means little in the grand scheme of things but I’ve basically been holding my breath for 8 months. Hopefully this is the green light that I’ve been waiting for to get some semblance of normalcy back in my life. It’s a small win, but I’ll take it.
The MRIs are out of the way, but it’ll probably be a month before I can see my M.S. neuro again to get his analysis. Though, they did send me my brain and spine MRIs on DVD to torture me in the meantime. Awesome.
I snuck a peek tonight, despite promising myself that I wouldn’t. I take comfort in the fact that I don’t know anything about analyzing a brain or spine MRI because if I had to guess; there’s now a dead baby cheetah where my brain used to be… just above Sigourney Weaver’s hybrid Human/Xenomorph lovechild from the movie “Alien Resurrection”. They say it’s your Medula Oblongata, but you just cant believe everything that you hear. Especially if you’ve already named it Philippe:
- Have a backup MS specialist to see at times like this. Or at least schedule a follow-up with your specialist at the same time that you schedule your MRIs.
- No more sneak peeks!