Last reply 10 months ago
Confused

Hi everybody.
Recently had an appointment with my neurologist. I was diagnosed in April 2017 with rrms but on this visit she said it is likely to be secondary progressive. I’m having another mri, but on the last one it showed very old lesions and an active flair, is that possible with spms?

If it spms, what can I expect next?

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stumbler
10 months ago

@paulmorrison , the line between Relapsing Remitting MS (RRMS) and Secondary Progressive MS (SPMS) seems to be quite subjective.

There’s a brochure about SPMS here, which might help:-

https://support.mstrust.org.uk/file/store-pdfs/Secondary_Progressive_MS_2017.pdf


paulmorrison
10 months ago

Hi @stumbler
Thanks for that, reading through it i can see why she thinks i am spms. I am just going to be grateful that I didn’t realise until I was forty five.

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