hey guys here is the letter from my neruologst about my last visit. Thoughts please?
She came back to see me and her optic neuropathy is improving very nicely. She now sees 6/60, with a smaller central scotoma. The right eye is normal and there are no other abnormal neurological signs.
Obviously, it remains disorientating and peculiar but I think these things are going to settle down well.
Her MRI scan shows new lesions, a reasonably active brain but not too bad and I am delighted. Overall, she is keen to watch the condition for a little bit longer, being very unkeen to try medications at the moment, and this is fine with me for the most part. I told her that I wanted to make sure that her optic neuropathy improves well; if it does not, I think I would probably put her under more pressure than I am at the moment to start medications and certainly, if she has another attack within the next year, I would very forcibly press upon her the importance of using medications, but I am happy to watch this for a little bit longer and she is delighted with this.
What do you guys think?