I dont think the site allows us to actually name consults, good or bad.
Personally I think we should be allowed, but I guess these consultants will be having the backs closely watched in case of slander ect.
Not that this will make you feel better, but I experienced the exact same thing 6 months when I visited my MS clinic with new symptoms but saw a different neuro to my original one.
She was an absolute joke !
She basically told me the symptoms were old ones, nothing new, no relapse and still RRMS.
Her advice was, do some stretch’s in the mornings, even though my left arm was numb from the elbow down (new symptom), my right leg had started to drag (new symptom), right hand numb on the palm (new symptom) and my walking distance had been reduced dramatically
6 months later I managed to get in to see my original consultant who almost immediately after examining me diagnosed that I was now SPMS, and that I had suffered a relapse, " most probably around the time that I had noticed the symptom changes".
Yep, there sure are good and bad in all walks of life, but having two fully trained and qualified neurologists offering a completely different diagnosis, but basing that diagnosis on the exact same symptoms is very concerning.
Maybe your GP could offer some advice on being referred elsewhere ?