You might have seen some of my earlier posts from last year and this - the diagnostic process takes a very LONG time sometimes. It did for me and I nearly went demented with all the waiting, knowing I was having more and more symptoms but was stuck in limboland until I had another 'episode'.
I had a second scan in March this year after first one last July and was booked in to see neuro this September to discuss the findings. Well, I went bonkers! Wait six months to find out the results??? So I basically made a complete nuisance of myself. I just could not wait that long. To cut a long story short, they moved the appointment to last week, got diagnosed straight away and am signed up for Campath in July. If I had waited til September, I don't know what I would have done. I went to my GP for advice, called the MS nurses who gave me my neuro's PA's telephone number.
Looking back, I thought once you were on the NHS neuro-conveyer belt, you would be seamlessly moved along and popped out for tests and meetings at various points. That just did not happen. You sometimes have to be really proactive, chasing things up, reminding them you are still here. Having said that, thank god for the NHS! My family in America are gobsmacked that all the services I have had are free, lol.
Hope this helps!