The eye thing could be related to MS--I have frequent problems with my eyes in relationship to MS---I suggest finging a good nuro-opthmologist--I however also have another auto-immune illiness called orbital inflammatory disorder. This is not common, most people do not know what it is--sometimes it is called orbital psudo tumor. Your headachs could stem from a problem with your optic nerve. I always have a headache that goes along with eye problems in relationship to these two illnesses. It is not a normal headach but more along the lines you are describing.
The toe thing happends to me and I believe it is what is called spasticity. Wait until you get it in your whole leg-upper thigh--that is a fun time!! Hopefully this will illude you!
The lack of being able to express yourself is very common in people with MS, however also common amoung busy moms, overworked dads, and basically the general population. Do not be alarmed, just try to take it slow.
If you do have MS, more likely than not the MRI will end all doubts. It is possible to have MS and not show any leasions on your MRI. Hopefully, these things are just flukes, but if you have MS is it not the end of your life, just a begining of a new altered one. I have known I have had MS for almost seven years, but symptoms show I would be closer to 15. Bottom line is that it gives me problems, but a positive attitude always eases them along.
By the way way, it there a spell check on this message board--I can not spell and I have yet to see a spell check--Sorry for all of the people reading this who are spelling wizes---One thing I wish I paid more attention to in school.
The aching and constricting muscles you describe is "spasticity". Or cramping. Either word should be familiar to your doctor.
The eye pain you have -- the angle into just one eye thing -- might be a "cluster headache", which is a form of migraine. It only occurs in one eye, is a stabbing pain. My husband suffers from those. His don't last for days, though..but for hours, unless he takes some medication just as he notices it starting. Then it'll only last for an hour or so. But they can be VERY painful.
Whatever is causing your headaches..migraine, "tension", whatever -- should be taken more seriously than just being dismissed as "tension headaches". I'd probably be looking for a new primary doctor who is more concerned. Certainly tell your neuro about the headaches, and that you've had migraines in the past. There might be some link there.
Optic neuritis is easily seen by your neuro if he exams your eyes, and by an opthamologist (they'll have similar instruments.) The optic nerve should be pale (paler than the nerve in the other eye) and sometimes swollen in appearance. While it can cause some of the symptoms you describe, there could be other things going on there, too, so I'd probably not say to the doctor "I have optic neuritis", but instead describe the symptoms.
The neuro should be easily able to detect any weakness in your arms and legs, and determine whether one arm or leg is stronger than the other, for example, right there in his office. Those would be part of the tests he'd conduct to determine any clinical signs that might point to a diagnosis.