I don’t think anyone is likely to be so foolish as to attempt to read, understand and interpret your LP results in the absence of anything else.
The only thing I would say is that your CSF appears to be negative for oligoclonal bands. These are present in the CSF (but not the blood) for 80-95% of people with MS. Their absence doesn’t mean it’s not MS, just that it’s slightly less likely. (This is about the limit of my medical knowledge.)
However, all this is irrelevant as your neurologist would be looking at your CSF results in conjunction with MRI, physical neurological examination and maybe other tests.
All of which are necessary for a neurologist to decide whether you: a) have MS, b) do not have MS, c) have a different neurological disorder, d) have a different non-neurological disorder (requiring referral to a different specialism), or e) have nothing visibly wrong at all.
Hopefully you will soon have an appointment with your neurologist who can go through all your test results with you.