Most of my life I've known I have some neurological problem. Started in my early 20's--heaviness one side of body, dizziness left eye, cognitive difficulties (I'm on SSI for this--lots of short term memory issues and face blindness), moodswings, tingling in my arm, lost most of my hearing once for three days, ataxia, vision problems etc.---early on nobody could find anything and I gave up, but I knew then and know now that I have something that is debilitating but doesn't kill ya. I think it's either mild MS or Lymes. I have read that both are hard to diagnose. I have a Neurology appointment next month for the first time in years. Is it even worth it? I had a CAT scan recently and they said "normal", which I'm getting used to hearing. I've read that an MRI is better. Any particular tests I should demand of this Neuro? Everyone EVERYONE agrees that I have "soft neurological signs"--just nobody can pin it down. Whenver I read symptoms of MS, I think, "Yup. That's me." But Lymes too!!!! So what do you do if you may have something hard to diagnose? I'd like to get treatment if something is wrong and there's help. Thanks in advance.