Hi Maureen, and welcome to the site
It sounds like you have been rather abandoned by your MS team
There is a horrible tendency for neuros to give the diagnosis, order the meds, and then shove people out the door to cope on their own
Do you have an MS nurse? If you don’t, then please either ask your GP to get you the contact details or phone the neurologist’s secretary and ask her/him. The MS nurse should be your first contact when you have a new symptom or when you are struggling with something and need help. Tbh, some of them are pretty hard to get hold of, but that’s where things like this site come in - it’s often quicker to get answers and reassurrence on here than from the nurse!
As the others have said, one of the things that I find to be my greatest ally in dealing with the MS medics is knowledge. Knowing what is going on and what meds or treatments might help BEFORE I contact them means that I get taken more seriously. It especially helps with my GPs. Like most GPs, they know very very little about MS and neurology in general. So I need to know more than them - so I can tell them what to do.
There is no need to suffer with pain: there are loads of meds available to help both muscular and neuropathic pain. There are also one or two meds available for fatigue (e.g. amantadine). There are also a lot of things you can do to help fatigue (like exercise, better planning, etc). You also may find that your memory problems get a bit better if you manage to improve your fatigue, but if they don’t, you can ask for a referral to a neuropsychologist - they work with people with these kind of problems and will be able to assess & advise you.
If your eye problems are new, you might benefit from steroids. They won’t change the outcome, but they might speed up the time to recovery.
All your symptoms sound typical of MS. If your current medics won’t or can’t help you with them, perhaps you should consider finding better medics?
I hope you can get things sorted out soon.