i An_.... Have you had a lumbar puncture? I would ask your neuro for that. After I had my MRI that showed the lesions and completed the evoked potentials that showed the weak R leg, the R eye vision problem, all the other tests, it took a lumbar puncture for him to finally dx my MS. It isn't a pleasant test, but that may do it. It had taken me two years of testing by a neuro who just wouldn't dx me until the puncture. Go to msrefugees.com and sign up there. They will take you in as a not diagnosed yet and you can get so much support from them and can get your frustration out with them. You will fit right in with them. Most have been in your spot. Take care, Torchy View Thread
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