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    One optometry appointment to check what i dismissed as intermittent symptoms of tired eyes, turned into various visits with different specialists and an MRI. Stuff that i experienced in addition to the "tired eyes" and normalized, all of a sudden, were not so typical normal life wear and tear

    Still, even explanation for findings on the MRI , aside from the radiology report, are vague. I mean, a simpler, okay, this is what in simpler terms, means for that finding.

    It's been costly and vague, without anything being done for the here and now. Anyone want to enlighten me in what I should make of what this is the pons, means for me?
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    Amy,

    So sorry that you are frustrated and it sounds like you have good reason to be.

    Some things take a long time to diagnose as a list of possibilities must be eliminated. I hope you have an answer soon.

    Do you have more information about your MRI? Look under "impression."

    ANN
    Last edited by stillstANNding; 04-27-2018, 06:35 AM.
    There comes a time when silence is betrayal.- MLK

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        I do apologize. It has been forever since I tried to insert an image into a forum. I tried but as you can see, i failed.

        It says, moderate white matter demyelination found within the Pons.
        I understand it could take a good while. But, according to one neurologist, he would not have even mentioned the demyelination that was found. That's why i was trying to upload it. It seems to me, that should be mentioned. However, if it's not contributing to things i deal with, then, i kind of just want to get back to my regular routine. And, when the weird and uncomfortable ailments come back around, just deal, like i have been.
        Does that make sense? I hope so!

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          #5
          Sometimes test show things that are not problems or wouldn't bother you in a lifetime. Maybe that's what's happening? I would ask my primary doctor and then decide.

          And you should "live your life."

          Best to you,
          ANN
          There comes a time when silence is betrayal.- MLK

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