I am female, 46 yrs. I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis 7 years ago and I was on Interferon treatment for the last 3 yrs. I had IV cortisone treatment for 5 days every 3 or 4 months for the last 7 yrs.
I have had terrible pain in my legs and feet for the last 2 yrs continuously and my neurologist kept telling me it was just part of having MS.
I was "forced" to see a new neurologist because my neurologist is currently ill. This neurologist saw me, he told me he doesn't think I have MS. I do have peripheral neuropathy, which he is willing to treat. He admitted me, ran all the tests, I don't have MS. He says he can't exclude MS because clinically I present with MS but he says I probably have a Congenital defect of the lumbar/sacral area, which is causing the muscle weakness in my legs. He did say he can't rule out Spastic Paralytic disorder.
How do I know what is wrong with me?
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