That’s a positive step for you. It is a nice thing to actually see your brain scan and have lesions pointed out!
You might want to familiarise yourself with the various disease modifying drugs (DMDs) before your next appointment. Then you won’t be flailing around getting all confused with the names. Have a look at https://www.mstrust.org.uk/about-ms/ms-treatments/ms-decisions-aid Basically, it’s all about balancing the potential relapse reduction rate against the possible side effects.
You’ll probably not have a completely free choice, partly the decision will be based on how active your MS is considered. If it’s highly active, then you could be offered Cladribine or Ocrevus as these are brilliant drugs for highly active MS. Tecfidera is certain to be one of the options, Lemtrada is not as there’s been a slight bit of worry about starting new people on it just lately.
If your MS is less active, then you might just have the options of the betaferons, Aubagio and Tecfidera. In that case, it’ll be all about how much you like needles. Not that the needles are a big problem, in the main they are tiny little subcutaneous jabs.
But once you’ve seen the MS specialist and heard which drugs you are to be offered, you should be able to have a chat with the MS nurse about which drug to opt for.
Best of luck.