I have been having symptoms like dizziness, numbness in hands and feet (especially after I shower), stabbing joint pain, difficulty swallowing and extreme fatigue (to name a few). A month ago I was in the ER because I lost partial vision in my left eye. All of the tests came back normal. The doctor in the hospital suspected MS or Lupus. He suggested I see a neurologist and get an MRI. I did have an MRI in March of 2011 which showed 3 lesions in my brain, but they attributed them to my migraines. I had to quit my job because of the shooting pain my right arm and the fatigue. My primary care physician feels that it is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia because my neurological exam was normal. She called the neurologist that I go to for headaches and they decided I don't need a repeat MRI. I don't want to end up having MS, but I'm afraid that they are missing something. Am I being to aggressive to try to push for a repeat MRI? My doctor says that I need to stop looking for answers and accept my diagnosis.