Thank You all for your reply!
I truely hope that I don't have secondary progressive! I am still too young (25 years old) =( I did fill the baclofen and find that it does help with the legs, but not with the neck! Very odd I think. I was noticing it last night. Surprisingly, I get MORE energy with the baclofen! But I am the same way with hydrcodone and sudafed, and coffee puts me to sleep...
Maybe... I had an exacerbation at the beginning of this month, with a partial recovery, but now I am still heading towards a "full" relapse. Does this happen with RRMS? Kinda like a double whammy? I hope this MS beast will hurry up already. The anticipation is killing me! Either relapse or just go away!
Anyways, having a more progressive form of MS is a concern I know that we all share. I do know that my initial MRI had a heavy lesion load (they stopped counting leasions when they reached 30! I see more then thirty on a single film when I look at it). I had an MRI last October and will have one again this Oct, but the report is MIA (long story) and the films were taken differently my last T3 MRI so my neuro can't read the MRI effectively without more info. Long and Short, I don't know if I have any new lesions since my DX in 2004. With all these lesions I am concerned about a more progressive form of MS.
Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis September 2003 currently taking Copaxone.