just after some advice/experiences. I was diagnosed CIS end of Jan following a brain scan showing multiple lesions and a 90% chance of ms within 10yrs. Plan was to see me in 6 months so June/July time. Since then I have had VEPs, LP and spine MRI. I have had the spine result-the report says it is pathognomic for MS ie cannot be anything else. Still awaiting LP result. My symptoms had improved but worsened back to the level they were at their worst at the end of Feb following a tummy bug a few days prior, and I also experienced a new sensation of tingling in my face. So I phoned the ms nursed as was advised to do. She said the worsening symptoms did not count as a relapse as I had had them before and those nerves were already damaged (doesn’t make sense to me but that is by the by). But the facial tingling may represent a relapse so she would write to my consultant to see what he wanted to do. My copy of her letter came last week (took a month!) and the other day I got an appointment for two weeks time with the consultant, Ie brought forward by three months.
Do you think this is just to discuss the LP result? Or is he likely to say he now has enough evidence for a diagnosis? I know you can’t know, but has anyone experienced the cons bringing the appointment forward, and why? Just want to be prepared really!
Thanks in advance