I haven't posted for a while but just wanted to say that I've seen a Consultant today regarding the Fatigue part of my symptoms. (My Neurologist had said that they needed to deal with my symptoms pragmatically).
The new Consultant (a Rheumatologist) noted that since October I now have new symptoms of numbness down my left leg, ankle, foot + weakness in that area. He also tested my balance which he said wasn't good - I almost fell over, but thankfully he was holding me! However, he didn't think these new symptoms warranted having another scan, as I'd had one 18 months ago.
Because my fatigue is a big issue and has been long-standing, he has diagnosed me with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and is referring me for Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. He will then see me in 6 months.
I'm not sure that CFS is a diagnosis that covers all my symptoms as I also have considerable neuropathic pain, for which I take Pregabalin, and my walking is down to 10 mins max. However, there is nothing I can do except go along with his suggestion of CBT. I did rather get the impression from what he said that he thinks it is "all in my head" - something which I know others on here battle with.
So, I'm not sure I'm in the right place being on this site, as he is suggesting it may not be MS after all.
However, I just wanted to thank you all for your time, advice, support and encouragement over a couple of years now - it has been invaluable and I have appreciated it so much.