Hi, everyone, I'm a newbie. It started a few years ago when I was maybe 35 or 36, I started having dizzy spells. My doctor sent me to a neurologist who immediately told me I had benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, even though I made it very clear that I had only lightheadedness and NO sense of motion. She also couldn't reproduce the episodes with Dix-Hallpike tests. Anyway, I was given a prescription for motion sickness medication and dismissed. Fast forward to last summer, when I had a section of my back the size of a softball go numb. Numb enough I pinched it with my nails and drew blood and stiill didn't feel a thing. It stayed numb for a couple of weeks and came most of the way back. about a week later same thing, only on a softball-sized spot on my belly next to my navel. After that came back most of the way, my right labia went numb. That never came back to normal. Since then my right foot has gone numb in a stripe up the center. It just started in my 3rd and 4th toes and has gradually worked its way up into my ankle now too. I also have numbeness in my fingers sometimes, and my face sometimes, I've also had issues sometimes where I drop things. Just all of a sudden my hand won't be holding whatever it is anymore. This scares me because I have a 14-month-old and don't want to drop her. Also sometimes I fall, unrelated to the dizziness. I won't be dizzy, just sometimes I will lose the ability to be upright. That's the only way I know to explain it. It's transient, because I can catch myself and I'm fine again, or right after I fall I can get right back up and be fine. Neurologist (different one) has now done nerve testing and said I have marked nerve damage, so I have an MRI (without contrast-is that normal for MS testing?) and evoke potentials scheduled in 10 days. I'm getting worried. I'm very Type A personality who hates being dependent on anyone so I really don't want a DX of MS. Does this sound like MS or can I hope for something more benign?