I can understand how difficult it is to figure out what symptoms go with which diseases. Not easy at all. I think the best place for you to start, is to see the specialist that deals primarily with your MS. Talk to them about these symptoms and find out if they are MS symptoms or if they could be something else autoimmune. From there, your specialist can hook you up with a rheumatologist or other specialist that they might think will help. You'll get in to see a rheumy faster with a doctor referal.
Your symptoms definitely go with Lupus. Psorisis/Eczema is autoimmune. I'm not real familiar with MS, but do you have a positive ANA with it?
I hope this helps Lynn. You'll get other responses too from members with more advice and ideas for you! Please visit us whenever you need to. Ask us lots of questions. We'll do everything we can to help you along.
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