I don't think that what you sense is psychological. I would recommend that you consult another neurologist for a fresh perspective on the problem. It sounds that the majority of your symptoms might be explained by a spinal cord compression. This in particular might explain the leg weakness for example. A spinal cord problem would not explain anything regarding the eye (cranial nerves). Multiple sclerosis can be a subtle and difficult diagnosis at times. Hopefully it is not that but you would want to know and there is treatment for MS. I use this an example as it can have different combinations of symptoms that can be difficult to make sense of. Anyway the botXXXXX XXXXXne is to listen to your body and see a new neurologist.
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Anthony Bray MD