I’m hoping you lovely people can help me make some/more/any sense of this.
Right, I’m currently in the middle of trying to get my ESA reinstated, just got the “we’re not changing our decision” reply to my MR…anyway. Went to the GP to ask to be referred to a neuropsychologist for another cognitive assessment as my previous one was 2 years ago and doesn’t count for the appeal, apparently, and while I was there my mum (who acts as my external hard drive as I find it impossible to be able to retrieve what I need to say to people in face to face situations) said about how I’ve never received any documentation from the neurologist after seeing him (the CAB lady said I should get a letter after every visit).
So…he printed some off for me, and now I get to the point of this! This letter from August is about the MRI I had in the summer last year. It says,
My last relapse was in March that year, and I had the delicious Medrone for that, so I’m confused by how an MRI in - I’m pretty sure it was July - would show active lesions? I think I just don’t know enough. I thought relapse = new and active lesions, is that not the only time? Is it like a stealth relapse? I’m really confused…