Hi Raymond, I'm so sorry you've had the confirmation... believe me I know what a shock it is, and more so for you as you are so young.
First things first... You are not any worse symptom-wise then you were before you got the letter. You know from reading the posts on here, which I know you've been doing for a few weeks, that loads and loads of people live with MS and live perfectly well with it. They work, they get married, they have children, they drive, they go on holidays. Even if they are unable to do some of that stuff, they still manage to live their lives. You might have been hit by a bus and lost your legs, or been in a car accident and had brain damage, or been diagnosed with something terminal. Life does not promise that things will not change. It's a hard lesson to learn but it's the fact of life... one thing you can depend on is change.
So Raymond you now have to take a big deep breath and start to accept the change that has happened to you. Extremely hard but you can do it. I promise that you can do it. Just give it time. Who are you talking to about this? That's what you need to do. Talk about it, cry, rage, go on and on and on, but let it out.
Now the contrast stuff I'm not too sure about (Rizzo will no doubt give you a good explanation when she gets back from holiday). I think it means that there's not other lesions that didn't show up without contrast. Anyway, whatever... it's obviously a good thing right? It says so in letter.
Stem cell therapy is still in very early stages... and there are lots of bogus doctors out there taking people's money when in fact they are making people worse than they were before. Don't even consider it.. BUT you are very young and all this reseach is now happening very quickly. That means that in a few years there are going to be treatments... it means waiting yes. But just a few years ago new treatments or a cure seemed like an impossible dream. Now it's a reality. They are making HUGE strides and it's only a matter of time. So please don't go and borrow any money and give it to some scamming bast*rd only to be ripped off.
I hope you have someone to help and support you through this Raymond? It's probably the hardest thing you are going to have to face in your life. But remember, millions of others have faced it and coped and you can do it too.
Take care, take it one day at a time. Stay strong.