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How can you have MS with all normal tests?

Shortly after having my 2nd son, my eye hurt when moved-3 eyedoctors/neuros checked for optic neuritis and was not present. Then I had a tingling foot (still have for 2.5 years) and what I consider mild weakness in both legs and have had 3 brain MRI with contrast and cervical spine-all normal. Neuro also ran 2 evoked potentials test and both normal. The most recent EMG indicated that I had nerve damage in both feet and led them to believe I had an issue in my lower spine. They did an MRI of my lumbar and found bulging disc at L4/L5 and S1 nerve root displacement. They believe this is the cause of my foot issues. They have told me many times I do not have MS but I am still so worried I am be in that 5%. I have seen 3 different neurologists. I am very scared of having MS. Can someone convince me that I don’t have it or am not part of the 5% with “normal” MRIs yet have it?
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