I've already had one neurologist that yes he is confident I have MS. I exhibit the classic symptoms (ie: The hug pain around my abdomen, lesions on my brain, extreme fatigue, body pain, double/blury vision, weakness, muscle spasms, leg tremors, numbness & tingling in my fingers and toes, exectric shock like pain down my spine if I move the right way, back pain, coordination problems, balance problems, memory issues, legs feel heavy, trouble getting words from brain, etc.) These symptoms are all the time, they come on for say a few weeks or a month or so then they'll go away to where I feel pretty normal for a bit and then bam it's like I get hit by a mack truck and it starts all over but it feels like each time it gets worse.
So I had an MRI on my brain both with and without contrast, took them to a different neurologist (in the same office because the initial neurologist couldn't see me because he was too backed up) and he says while I do have multiple lesions on my brain he's not confident saying its MS but he thinks it could be just from migraines. I've never been diagnosed with migraines but do get headaches occasionally.
Anyone have this happen? Does this sound correct? Could everything I'm feeling just be from migraines? He then told me to go and see a Rheumatologist and just have him diagnose me with Fibromyalgia that at least that'll maybe help with some of the pain. I'm so frustrated and I don't know what to do next. I just want to feel better or as much better as I can. I just want the pain to stop! :(