I agree with Bill. It sounds neurological. MS is autoimmune, just like Lupus is, so the symptoms are going to be almost identical.
I'm sure you've already done this, and I'm probably stating the very blatant obvious, but an MRI of your brain will show specific lessions if you have MS. You can also have lessions with Lupus, but they look different.
Have you seen a rheumatologist about the Lupus possibility. Interesting that your mum and aunty have Lupus. That's a big key. However, what it can also mean is that you are more suseptable to acquiring any type of autoimmune disease.
Check out www.lupus.org. It will give you some good information as well as the 11 criteria needed for a Lupus diagnosis. You need at least 4 of the criteria.
Good luck and let us know how you're making out.
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