Hi and welcome,
If 'all' your neurological related test results are absolutely normal, there is nothing to suggest that what you are experiencing 'could be' caused by a neurological condition like MS, so it would seem reasonable to assume the causation is likely something else entirely.
If you have double vision and do not fall asleep, i would recommend speaking to your GP and arranging a sleep study, getting an appointment with a ophthalmologist to assess your eyes and additionally recommend you consider getting a referral to a pain clinic.
Hope that helps.......JJ
Echoing JJ -- a sleep study ASAP.. Chronic sleep deprivation can cause crazy symptoms including much of what you describe (dizziness, double vision). In fact, get a referral to a sleep specialist at a university hospital if you can. Sleep deprivation will do a number on your
Nervous system, cardiovascular system etc.
I turned out to have mixed sleep apnea -- some obstructive but also sleep onset central apnea. It got to the point where I was getting no sleep -- The moment I fell asleep, I stopped breathing. Part of my first relapse.
Until you get your sleep disorder figured out, it will be difficult to figure out what symptoms are left. In a perfect world, hopefully none!
See you have already put your symptoms up - missed that sorry. You have some good advice to progress with here.
Have you been tested for Lyme disease a lot of the symptoms are very similar to MS. I believe there is a special blood test for the disease.
if that doesn't work then I would consult another neurologist and if them confirm it wasn't MS.
I went to a Neurologist in 2004 and they told me I didn't have MS (I did). I wasn't diagnosed until 2014 - to late for memory, job. So don't take a first opinion as truth keep going until you find an answer.