OK--and we can continue here after this if you'd like.
First off, the simplest way to rule out MS for you would be to get an MRI of your brain, and I'm sure that will be normal.
Second, MS starts off slowly--maybe a little blurry vision or numbness in a discrete area like a hand or a foot. And whatever symptom first occurs only lasts a short time--usually less than a day.
Third, MS is notorious for jumping around with the symptoms--a hand first, then latr a foot, etc
So basically all you've told me just doesn't fit with MS
What does fit are the following--a disk problem in your neck, a peripheral neuropathy problem as with diabetes or a B12 deficiency, anemia, and possibly an autoimmune disorder like lupus or polymyalgia rheumatica
I don't know what tests your doctor ran but you need to talk to him about testing for anything I mentioned that wasn't checked and I would also get an MRI of your cervical spine