Welcome to the board!! I'm glad u found us and hope u'll feel comfortable and know u can ask anything u'd like. We'll all do our best to help.
U'r symptoms sound a lot like ms, but could also be many other things. However; if u'r doc feels it's ms then it would be well worth it to go on to see the specialist and get a final word on it. Then u will likely need to address disease modifying drugs. Has u'r doc discussed that with u? I agree with Sheila, i'd see the neuro soon about u'r eye while it's still going on. Have u researched Nystigmus?? It may be what's going on with u'r eye, tho the fact that it's not visible to anyone else may not be typical of that disorder. If u've not done so, check out the national ms society's site. Also, u could do a google search on nystigmus and u'll get lots of hits. The lesions u have could be from many things, including ms. Did u'r doc elaborate on that with u? I really think a visit to an ms specialist is in order. What do u have to lose besides the co-pay? At least u'd get a final word on this and be able to move forward with things. Many people with ms aren't significantly impaired. In fact, many don't go on to experience significance impairment. The fact that u see others who are far worse than u'rself doesn't mean u don't have ms. It just means they're worse than u. Best wishes to u on this and i hope to hear from u and ur doc visit very soon.