I understand you are having sensations in certain parts of your body that are not pleasing. I believe you, and of course you are not a hypochondriac. One thing for sure also is that the findings in your mri
can not be taken for granted. If it has abnormalities in the images, it is real as well regardless if there are no factors that might cause it all. Things happen due to environmental, genetic, food and many other factors. Such imaging findings may it be demyelinating or dismyelinating can very well be the cause of all your motor or sensory sensation elsewhere. To know if there is progression of the white matter disease
, a repeat mri should solve this. If there is no change after a year or so, it could mean a chronic but stable lesion like old infact or small vessel ischemia
. Likewise, ischemia in some parts of the brain can manifest symptoms like what you are having.
Please follow up and inform me with your repeat mri.