I was wondering if any of you have black holes in their MRI. I have a few of them (i don’t know how many). But i’ve never seen anyone talk about it in the forum and i was wondering if anybody has this.
Thank you in advance for your replies,
I thought it was more about white holes…lesions.
From what i understood white holes are the ones who still have signals. It means they are damaged but not completely destroyed. Black holes are just too damaged from what i understood. This freaks me out as i only have had ms for two years!
That is why i’m asking a question. I have to wait two weeks to see my neuro i hope he will be able to explain it to me.
Oh right…hope you get some answers.
I never cease to be amazed by how I took my brain for granted, until it kicked my legs from under me.
The medical speak ought to come with an interpreter.
Black holes sound very Stephen Hawkins.
I have asked my GP to explain my results but the poor bloke was baffled.
Ask your MS nurse.
Thank you for your answers. I was way better when i didn’t search in Google. Things I’m seeing are very frightening.
We don’t really have an MS nurse here in France, i’ll have to wait to see my neuro to ask him.
Thanks so much for your reply.