I requested my records from the MS specialist's office that I've been seeing. The girl at the front desk copied off the entire chart and gave it to me.
I was reading through it last night, and on my referral form sent from my PCP to this doctor in October, the diagnosis reads "multiple sclerosis". Not "rule out multiple sclerosis" or "possible multiple sclerosis", but "multiple sclerosis".
I think that's rather odd, especially since my PCP claimed not to have a clue as to what is wrong with me. Evidentially he had more of a clue than what he was letting on. Now I'm wondering if this means I have actually been diagnosed with MS or if it was just a formality on the referral. Another one of those things that make you go, "Hmmmm".
Living in Limboland!
Negative MRIs + Negative LP + Positive symptoms = A lot of confusion + A ton of frustration!