You need to get a MRI and CT Scan. Have them look for anything, including inflammation. Request a copy of your results, and take them to another neurologist for a second opinion. I personally find great help from teaching hospitals. It took a teaching hospital to find my tumor. Well, after two weeks of GP, 1 week hospitalized for what they thought was a "Massive infection", then I was put in a teaching hospital. Teaching hospital,did a biopsy and found my problems. Yea, it revealed 3 problems, just not one jeez. I reckon you don't have a tumor. The moral of the story is: teaching hospitals are great, and to never give up on a diagnoses, not matter how many doctors you see.
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