Our expert says:
MS is a diagnosis of exclusion, so your neurologist would do a whole battery of tests to exclude other possible causes like infection or mini-strokes or hormonal abnormalities before they make the diagnosis of MS. I know it is difficult but don't jump to conclusions, be patient and let them take this from a point and work through it. With these kind of symptoms it is very much like building a big puzzle and only after combining some of the parts will a picture start to emerge. Will be thinking of you. Please keep me posted on how the examinations are progressing?
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