Have symptoms of MS. Neuro did MRI of brain and neck which were clear and said no MS. Is this true with no MRI of spine?

Symptoms?? No, with normal MRI's, it's unlikely to have MS. Why don't you tell us your symptoms???
Check peripheral. If both MRI of brain and neck is normal, you do NOT have MS, period. Your neurological issues, which you do not describe, may be coming from peripheral nerve problems, and might start looking into that category.

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