Yes exactly the same happened to me and I have all the same symptoms more or less as yourself. I was dismissed out of hand initially and told stress and anxiety although nothing to be stressed about other than not being believed by the docs!
I wasn’t going to be fobbed off though as have had symptoms getting progressively worse for years and years. So went back and asked to be seen again. This time told that I had cerebral palsy and have had it all my life! So not anxiety or stress after all.
Thought ‘what a load of rubbish’ and asked to be seen again. Next time told it was epilepsy, then neuro rang me next day to say ‘sorry he had made a mistake it was not epilepsy’. The story goes on and on.
Have had MRI or head and lumbar region but all clear, apparently, so just waiting to be fobbed off again at next appointment. However, I am now totally bowel incontinent and right eye vision impaired all since last really big relapse at xmas so will absolutely insist that they listen this time.
I used to get really upset by all this but am so determined now to fight on and prove that this is not in my head.
You have to be assertive which is very difficult if it’s not in your nature to be so. It does help if you can take someone with you to appointments. I can’t as I live on my own and my family are 100 miles away but everyone else seems to go in with a buddy. I too have had depression on and off over the years for no reason and I also have rheumatoid arthritis and these factors seem to cloud everything else.
Wait and see what happens on the MRI and then ask to be seen again x