What is the opinion of your treating doctor?
Is he in favour of multiple sclerosis?
Optic neuritis and paresthesias(burning pain) is suggestive of Multiple sclerosis though there could be other possibilities. Since, I have not examined you nor do I know the details, it would be better to ask the treating doctor about it. I am sure many investigations would have been done to confirm or rule it out. You can follow this link, to read more about multiple sclerosis, it's differential diagnosis, prognosis and treatment. I hope, it helps.
MS was ruled out. I am interested in knowing about what can caused bone lesions in the skull? I have no drs looking into this yet!!! what type of dr. would be most beneficial?
Yes, that finding is important. A neurologist or a neurosurgeon should be consulted in person so that a clinical correlation can be made. If multiple sclerosis has already been ruled out these bone lesions hold the key to diagnosis. Best wishes to you.