This case involves a healthy female patient who presented with tingling in her legs and episodes of blurry vision and eye pain. The physician suspected multiple sclerosis and performed a CT. The CT read as negative and no further workup or follow up was performed. Over the next 4 months, the patient had recurring and worsening symptoms, particularly in her legs. The patient returned to the hospital after an acute flare-up in her leg numbness caused her to lose her balance and fall. The neurologist who saw the patient immediately performed an MRI which revealed the patient had several multiple sclerosis plaques. A few years after receiving her diagnosis, the patient experienced difficulty swallowing and frequent hand tremors. An expert in neurology was sought to opine on the standard of care for patients who present with symptoms of multiple sclerosis and discuss how a delay in diagnosis and treatment can impact the outcome of such patients.