Welcome to NT...it's a great place for all of us to share, cry, vent, laugh and just try to get on with daily life.
NurseNancy gave you the right advice-don't say anything at work yet!! Keep a symptom journal and a list of questions for your neuro, and try to bring someone with you. The info can be overwhelming and you might forget what he/she says. Or take a recording device.
This disease is such an individual disease-treats everyone special
none of us has exactly the same symptoms, or degree of advancement. All I can say is take in information with moderation; try not to become obsessed about it. Just note what's going on and live your life-cause you only have this moment...
I have never heard of a diet that cures MS, just can lessen the symptomology and progression. There is a lecture on youtube about "minding your mitochondria" that touts massive amounts of kale. Haven't had the courage to eat it yet
The Swank diet has been around for a few decades, I think. It's pretty strict, but has it's fans.
I believe in a diet of moderation, exercise, rest, and trying to stay active. Occasionally I will have a pity party, but when I realize I'm the only participant, I close it down and get on with life.
Keep us up to date please. Make sure you feel comfortable with your doctor. I've been through three and now am so happy with my neuro-it makes a difference if you feel listened to!!
and the last bit of advice-you are not alone in this...we're here, we're soldiers in this fight, right along side of you...