Yes! You need to keep at this. Find a new neurologist and what you need is an MS specialist. Get copies of all your MRIs and the reports that go with them. Most radiology departments will put your MRIs on a CD for free. You need make a notebook with all your tests and records. Most of the time I would say not to mention MS to any doctors you see but it has already been brought up. If they tell it is not MS then ask them to explain exactly what is causing your symptoms and lesions.
I would also go to the drugstore and get your own blood pressure cuff. They sell for 60 to 100 dollars. It is pricey but worth it. If your blood pressure is up you are at risk for TIA or stroke and that also can cause "lesions". Take your blood pressure all through out the day and see if it is high. You want it averaging below 120/80. If your BP is up then get that treated so that is out of the way. There are many many meds for that that have few or no side effects. Once you have take care of that, then your BP can no longer be blamed for numbness.
We get many many people on here that don't impress me with their symptoms. I am certainly not a doctor, but your situation worries me. I think you have something to be concerned about
and you need answers. Good luck.
Gretchen co-moderator MS board diagnosed with MS July 2006
I have no lesions on my soul and so I will live with no limits.