I have been having symptoms for approx 2 years- Poor balance, cognitive difficulties, twitches, tingling, bowel urgency, wobbly eyes (they shake from side to side really fast) fatigue and abnormal skin sensations. My GP refferred me to a neurologist (Specialises in strokes) the examination threw up a few things that concerned the neuro- positive babinski sign in both feet, brisk reflexes on my right side and unseady heel to toe. He ordered an MRI of my brain and cervical spine which has come back clear so he has discharged me.
I went back to the doctors and my original GP was unavailable so I saw another in the practice. I told him all my symptoms and about the MRI results. At first he said he was 'stumped', then he read the letters from the neurologist and said that MS is still a possibility. Why would he back track like that after reading the letters?
So now he wants to do a full blood work up again and if that doesn't show anything then a refferal back to the neurologist.
Has anyone else ever experienced anything similar? Is it possible to have a clear MRI but still have MS? Should I get my GP to refer me to an MS specialist if it comes to that again?
Sorry for the long post I am just so confused about everything at the moment.