I went to see a neurology doctor after I had a brain MRI and the Mri report said I had foci "pin point" demylination. I had this done due to I have a tingling almost like electrical impulses shoot down through my head and then down my arms to my finger tips. the sensation in my head is still there but has gone from my arms, and I get dizzy or lightheaded, along with not always able to get focus with my eyes. The doctor said it is migraines in which I disagree, and he said I had two silent strokes but not to worry they won't hurt me, should I be concerned about them and will they cause me to have a regular stroke later in life. I am 40 years old and would like to know if the doctor is blowing me off or what?