Hi Cappy -
Welcome to the board! Lesions are not always MS, lesions can be caused by any of the following.. migraine headaches, a head trauma, an old infection and of course, MS. There is something else too, but I can't remember it exactly right now. There are specific
locations on your brain that the neuro looks for lesions in direct connection to MS, sometimes if you have a lesion that is not in that specific area neuro's don't think that much of it.
I have all of the symptoms you have, plus more and I have several lesions all over my brain in the white matter and deep white matter and somewhere else, again I apologize I can't remember exactly. I put it in one of these posts a couple months ago. My MRI dx's are possible demylenting (sp?) disease, with the numbness and tremor dx beside it. No MS dx as of yet, but I've got most of the symptoms, most of the sensory issues and lesions galore, going on 7 mos since my initial neuro visit, almost 2 years since the goofiness started. Good Luck on your journey. I hope it is NOT MS, but I also hope you get some type of answer and not just 'it's in your mind'. Keep on looking for that dx and hopefully the link that Rhonda gave you will get you into a neuro that will take you more seriously.
AH! I remembered what the other thing was!! Stroke... ugh, it's time for me to go to bed. ;o)
I not only use all the brains that I have, but all that I can borrow.
Author: Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924), 28th U.S. President