If you look at the archives on this forum you will see a whole lot of people suffering from health anxiety. Most people have it to some extent, including those who don't have an anxiety problem, as health really is all we've got in reality, right? It's when anxiety gets in the way of your life that it becomes a disorder, and the fact you have been able to get all these tests signals you're still functioning, you're not just sitting at home worrying about it. Now, nobody here can diagnose MS or any other nerve disorder, but a lot of things can pinch nerves, including your shoes, bad posture, impinged nerves in your foot or heel, inflammation from all sorts of conditions, sleeping on it wrong, sitting oddly at your desk all day, did I mention shoes (and that doesn't have to be the ones you're walking in, it can be ones you wear at other times). The likelihood of any particular person having MS are pretty small, but that's no consolation to those who do, but again, it's not likely you have that. It's much more likely to have something else going on that's a lot more prosaic. A neurologist isn't necessarily the best person to see for some of the other causes of that. Even a lower back or hip problem can pinch on nerves that you might feel anywhere up and down the leg, so sometimes an orthopedic surgeon or podiatrist might be better than a neurologist if it's from an injury or condition neur0logists don't treat. Also, EMG tests are not very accurate -- you kind of have to hit it just right for them to register positive, so a negative test doesn't mean you don't have a pinched or impinged nerve. Neurologist are usually looking for things like diabetic neuropathy or lupus or the like, and again, while it might be something like that and it's good to eliminate those possibilities, it's usually something a lot more benign. All the best.