Thanks for all the good advice in my previous post.
I dont know why I was so anxious about going. I do think it was because I was afraid of what he was going to say.
He asked about my symptoms and recents events and took notes ect.
Done the usual hands on tests as I call them.
Then said well, Im not surprised.
We then looked at my mri together (oh and his trainee, who was there) and he showed me my lesions.
2 in my brain and 1 in my neck. Then said 'you have MS'
(I also had a positive L.P)
We then talked about what is going to happen next ect.
I am happy to be out of 'limboland' and can now focus on myself and the things I can do to help myself cope with whatever the future holds.
For everyone who is still in 'limboland', I know it a horrible place to be, but eventually things will and do show up. Hang in there and stay strong.