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Undiagnosed neurological symptoms, doctors are unhelpful.

I have had poor health that has been getting progressively worse over the past 6 years. I am 37 year old female. I have profound fatigue. My sleep study showed that I wake myself up at least six times per hour from twitching and idiopathic hypersomnia during the day. I get pin prick sensations in my hands and feet. My face feels numb at times. I have chronic nausea. Occational vertigo that lasts for weeks. I have trouble communicating because I can't remember common words. I frequently forget what I am doing in the middle of a task. My legs and arms get very weak for no reason. I get lost when I shouldn't. I can be very noise sensative which causes irritability. I have depression. I have vision problems that come and go. One eye dr said my optic nerve was enlarged which he did not document in my chart. Abnormal visual field test that cleared up 6 months later. 9 white matter brain lesions not specific for MS. 4 oligioclonal bands in my CFS analysis that were not present in the regular venous blood sample. The neurologist says he doesn't think I have MS, says there is something wrong but doesn't know what and wont recommend any treatment. He was a condesending jerk at my last appointment. I have a neurophych eval coming up next month so I assume this means he thinks I am nuts. But there is something wrong other than me being crazy. I was referred to UW neurology who wont see me because "They have no further treatment to offer." No was is treating anything and no one will tell me whats wrong despite clear evidence that there is something going on. Sorry for the rambling! Can anyone tell me why I am being treated like a crazy person by the people who are supposed to be helping me? Any reccomendations? Thank you all.
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