Hi there Bonniescott
I too am sorry to hear of your troubles
Hopefully the doctors can sort this out real quick. I don't know too much about this but I can understand that a lesian could easily block and cause nerves to become unable to respond as they should. As far as I know, MS is not caused by this. MS is the deteriation of the nerve at the other end of the nerve, not the spinal cord. It looks like if the lesians weren't there, the problem wouldn't be there either. Leisons do come with RA, but I haven't heard of anyone having them in the spinal cord. I have heard of high doses of prednosone to dissolve leisions in the arm, and this does work (25mg or more a day for a week)
So I really don't think it is the Remicade that is causing the problem. Even so, it maybe time for a change. There have been lots of new developments since remicade. I am currently on Mabthera(Ribimab). it requires a max of 4 visits to the hospital a year to have the infusion and it is a newer biological.
I am praying for you