Thanks for the query,
Let me tell you that multiple sclerosis is basically a diagnosis of exclusion. It is basically a clinical diagnosis, supported by other lab and MRI findings. So many conditions like Vitamin B 12 deficiency, vasculitis
, other auto immune disorders
, infections can mimic multiple sclerosis.
I have noted your clinical data. Based upon the data you have provided, you don't satisfy the criteria of diagnosis of multiple sclerosis. A possibility of spinal cord
problem like demyelination
(not multiple sclerosis), vasculitis, low grade lesions, infections etc is likely. MRI of the spine with contrast and that of brain will be helpful. Further Lumbar puncture
and visual evoked potential will calcify the picture.
You can meet a local neurologist/multiple sclerosis specialist who will guide you through clinical and other investigations. They will discuss with you regarding other conditions that can mimic multiple sclerosis.
Hope this helps