I am sorry you had such a rough night. MS is such a varied disease. This can sound like someone's MS or it can sound like a whole host of other diseases. I can hear your frustration but you have to get a doctor to diagnose you. What tests have you had done? MS is a disease of exclusion and it can take some people years to get a diagnosis. All other possible causes must be ruled out.
For me the tests included - a neurological exam by one GP and two neurologists, a ton of blood work, a lumbar puncture, MRIs of the brain, neck and spinal cord, and evoked potentials (vision, hearing and lower extremeties). I had no indication of infection or metabolic disorder. I had white matter lesions of the brain and spinal cord, oligoclonal banding in my cerebral spinal fluid, failed evoked potentials in lower extremities and vision.
Talk to your doctor about your symptoms. Keep a symptom journal of what is bothering you and and when it has done so. Try not to go to your doctor and say, " I am just sure I have MS." I would not self diagnose, it tends to put you right onto the hypochondriac shelf for many doctors.
I wish you good luck.
Gretchen co-moderator MS board diagnosed with MS July 2006