I have had numbness in my right pinkie since July that has gotten more progressive. It comes and goes throughout the day with no known injury. I am now also starting to get pain in my forearm. I contacted my neuro (I have a movement disorder-cervical dystonia-that affects the muscles in the neck). Thinking the problem might be neck related, the neuro ordered a cervical MRI and an EMG. Neither showed anything significant. Betwen my primary Dr, the neuro, an Orthopedic Spine specialist, an occupational therapist, and a physical therapist, they can't agree on a cause-deciding it's everything from Cubital tunnel to Thoracic Outlet to complications from the dystonia. I also have intense pain in my neck and some degree of spasm. Pain and spasm are normal for dystonia, but Botox injections help control them. This amount of neck and shoulder pain is new and the primary Dr and physical therapist think possibly a pinched nerve in the neck. In the meantime, a friend at work has a wife with MS and I got reading about it. Her'es what I have going on that got me wondering: I have pain and spasm in my neck, numbness in my right pinkie and less so in the ring finger, occasional leg pain (1-2 x a month-the pain isn't severe); occasional eye pain (again very infrequent and not long lasting) and lastly, even though I take a dieuretic, within the past few months, I have found myself having to urinate anywhere from 1-2 times an hour somedays, yet other days I can go a couple of hours. I realize I don't have some of the more common signs of MS. Has anyone here had similar experiences, and form your experience in dealing with MS, does it sound like I should follow up with another neuro that specializes in MS or am I being paranoid??