Welcome to ThisIsMS, Nicole. I echo jimmylegs in saying that I think you will find good support here.
In May I started with this super weird perception issue. I felt like my arms and hands were not where they were suppose to be.
reminds me that my doctors almost always do a test of proprioception. My doctor has me hold my arms out straight to each side, close my eyes, and bend each elbow in turn trying to touch my nose with my index finger.
A "normal" person will touch his nose; even with eyes closed he has a sense of where his nose is. I used to always miss my nose – touching my cheek or eye. Lately I am better about hitting the nose.
As you will discover, each of us TIMS members has our own particular area of interest – just as jimmylegs' focus is on nutrition, my obsession is insulin resistance and resulting excess insulin. I think this is the culprit for the beginning of the MS cascade.
In keeping with my angle, I suggest that you request your doctor to order a "fasting blood insulin test" – the ideal result would be below 3 UU/ML. Mine have always been much higher, but still in the normal range according to the lab. (My first one was 12 UU/ML.)
By the way, my first three MRIs did not show any lesions in the brain; my EMG test was normal, too. There are many here who also had perfectly normal MRIs in the beginning (and some NEVER have lesions in the brain).