I don’t really know how to answer this? If you’re asking what happens at a neurologist appointment I can help.
My doctor called me to his room watching me walk to his room, no problem there, next he asked me lots of questions about my health what problems I have had? How many times that I have been in hospital, he then did physical tests with me push against my hand, leg, arm, touch your finger against your nose do it with your eyes closed. Me totally puzzled why I am here and don’t know what’s going on.
Roll on a month and I get a letter from the consultant saying that I have 4th muscle palsy in my left eye( why I am seeing double) then legions in white matter owing to demyelinating disease or like I think.
The letter said that what they are going to do a lumber puncture, he said would you have a lumber puncture, blood test and second MRI. He did mention about MS three times and asked me if I knew why I was there??? I didn’t know. So now I have had my LP, waiting for the MRI and I have an appointment with the neurologist in April
Now I am in limboland waiting for the neurologist to tell me what’s happening. There was one thing it was after I got the letter that I looked up on dr Google, it was reading the symptoms from the demyelinating disease and that it was MS that was the most common the others didn’t match or it was for only boys that had this or that. If I had known I would have been able to tell him about the problems that I have had, like shakes pain in the hip getting up off the floor feeling very wobbly going up stairs without holding the banister spilling things.
I hope that has helped, I do know that MS has many different symptoms for many different people. Which is why it’s difficult to diagnose.
Good luck Kay