Cathy I don't know what your MRI means but I wanted to let you know that your in my thoughts and prayers. I hope it's just a shadow!! That does happen sometimes. When do you go to the doctor to get a better explanation? Take care and lots of hugs.
Hi Cathy, I'm sorry I didn't respond sooner but I was having a problem getting on this site for some reason. I'm really surprised they told you that but gave you know explaination. Like the others said try not to get to upset about it. I think if it were really serious they would have had you come in right away to discuss it. Do you have an appt set up with your doctor yet? I know it's easy for me to say to slow down and take a breath. I'm not real good at taking my ow advice but try to not get to stressed. It won't help and in most cases it will make your lupus worse.
We are all here for you
Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers
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Cathy - just wanted to say you are in my prayers. This stuff gets very scary sometimes. I get freaked out a lot too if there is something not quite right with the major organs. It is normal. Until you hear from a doctor and sometimes a second opinion from another doctor, we really don't know what to expect. The not knowing is the scariest part, I need the feeling I can do something about it. I am sure you will handle whatever comes your way. You are still here, and at worst, they found the cause of your symptoms. There are a lot of things they can treat, even with the brain.
I wish you the best and look forward to hearing how it goes - remember we will be here for you. Hugs - Kristin
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