2.5 years ago, when I was 20, I started having some really bad symptoms. Pain/numbness in my legs and arms, stiffness and tightness (especially in my chest), extreme fatigue and migraines, dizziness, memory loss, vision problems, weird tingling in my arms/legs...the list goes on and on. A few months ago, I lost my vision for 2 days, was hospitalized, and had some MRIs done. I was told that I have white spots on my brain and a 1 cm lesion on my c6-c7 intervertebral disc. I was finally able to get in with a neurologist about a month ago and was told (very firmly) that I do NOT have MS because I'm showing no symptoms and there is no proof on my MRI. I was told I should be grateful and try to push through. I know that I'm young and a woman, but I feel like I am not being listened to or taken seriously, especially when I have had a MRI and a medical history of these symptoms impacting my quality of life. I'm no longer able to work because of my symptoms and my neurologist says that any further tests or treatment would be unhelpful. I'm not looking for medical advice, I'm just wondering....is this kind of struggle common when trying to get diagnosed? Am I crazy?