It is scary facing the suspicion of MS. But it is very good that your doctor has referred you to a neurologist right from the start. Have you had any testing done yet? MRI's? If so, take the radiologist report with you if you have it.
The neurologist will ask you a lot of questions. Answer truthfully. Don't discount something and hold it back because you don't think that it relates to what your current symptoms are. Oh, be sure to clearly explain your symptoms - when did they start, how long do they last, have they come and gone?
The neurologist will conclude a thorough neuro exam. Test your reflexes, coordination, strength of muscles, ability to feel sensations, watch you walk (regularly, heel-toe, on tip-toes, on heels), test your balance, etc.
The neurologist will likely order MRI scans of your brain and spine (at least the cervical spine) to be done with and without an injected contrast agent. The radiologist will look for changes in the brain and along the spine. Look for lesions. Other tests may be ordered as well.
Here is a post which helps explain a bit about the diagnosis process. If possible, take someone with you to the appointment. A second set of ears is invaluable. Also, if this person is someone who knows you well or lives with you, they might be able to offer up information about what they've observed that you hadn't thought of. But having more ears is very good.
I hope that helps to give you a brief idea of what might happen tomorrow. Please come let us know how it goes.
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