Last summer I was having pain in my arms and legs and muscle weakness. I have thyroid disease but all of my thyroid panels were and are normal. My b12 level was 222 but my doctor did not feel like this was the cause of my problem but gave me b12 injections that did not improve my symptoms. My vit. D was 30. She felt like my symptoms might be indicative of MS and ordered an MRI. After the MRI, the radiologist office called and told me my results were normal. My doctor had wanted me to see a neurologist who specializes in MS but I was frustrated with all of the tests and getting no information. After about 4 months, my symptoms stopped (May-Sept '15). Now, this a couple of weeks ago, I started having symptoms again. Pain and weakness in my legs and arms, occasional tremor in one of my hands, severe fatigue and some urinary symptoms. I thought I would pursue some additional testing and requested my medical records. I had never seen the MRI report and when I read it, it turns out it was not clear like they told me it was. In bold letters, the radiologist had written: "There are three punctate foci of nonenhancing T2 signal abnormality in the subcortical white matter of the right frontal lobe. Possible etiologies include post inflammatory change, migraine headache, demyelination or other nonspecific gliosis. Correlation with CSF studies may be of benefit." I have not had migraines. So based on a period of symptoms, several months of no symptoms, return of symptoms, and last year's MRI, I don't know whether I should see a neurologist a rheumatologist or what my next steps should be?