@TheQuietLady

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TheQuietLady

Still in Limboland?

Hi, I got a letter from the neurologist today that my repeat MRI brain and cervico-thoracic spine with contrast is unchanged compared to the scans in Dec 2015. I will have repeat blood tests and she will see me in Jan. So the initial diagnosis of CIS is correct? But the tingling in my limbs is always there! I don't understand this MS business :-) Anyway I have decided not to worry about going to MS Life this weekend! Sarah

Stumbler

@Stumbler

@thequietlady , the diagnosis of Clinically Isolated Syndrome (CIS) is not really satisfactory. The following website suggests that our Consultants can consider a DMD, if they feel that a future diagnosis of MS is likely :- https://www.mstrust.org.uk/a-z/clinically-isolated-syndrome-cis

TheQuietLady

@TheQuietLady

Thanks @stumbler! I need to print out something for my dear mum to understand, as I told her in a text that the scan results were reassuring to the neurologist so mum called me back thinking everything is all okay...

Stumbler

@Stumbler

@thequietlady , there's a factsheet on CIS, which may be useful for both of you. You can find it here :- https://support.mstrust.org.uk/shop under the "About MS" button. :wink: