Thanks to both of you for your replies.
Debbie - That is a bit wierd both of us had the same comment but your right I shouldn't read too much in to it and I will try my hardest to stay as calm as possible (not easy :() When you said its perfectly normal to feel at odds with yourself you hit the nail right on the head that is exactly how I am feeling right now.
If the LP is positive I will certainly look on to this web site to help make the decision about DMD's (thats if they are offered of course).
I do find it a bit strange that they need to do a LP as its not conclusive! but as you said if its positive they have the final piece of the jigsaw, so yes I can now understand more why they would do it..
As for my neuro, he is not a MS specialist he is a epliepsy specialist so this could be the reason for the DMD argument I guess.
Karen- I find it absurd that all Neuro's and PCT's don't use the exact same guidelines when deciding who to give DMD's!! Its very scarey to think that if they left me with no treatment they could make it progress much faster than it could of done.
It makes so much sense when mentioning that some neuros don't class sensory relapses as disabling as this now makes sense about my neuros attitude, he said it would be JUST sensory MS I really wanted to hit him I realise that I am lucky, i don't have a physical disability but living with permenant sensory symptoms is very hard work and it does have an effect on my life, (especially when I have a full time job, children and house work, to get on with).
I will so argue my case about DMD's if the need arises - If I do have MS I have already made the decision to move to another neuro because as mentioned to Debbie mine is a epilepsy Specialist so I will ask to be referred to the MS Specialist in my area!!
I will keep you both updated on my progress with the dx, not sure when i find out still waiting for a appointment date to get results from neuro :(
Great advice and help from both of you thanks