Hello and welcome, glad you found us. You will find the forums full of people who have been where you and your wife are now. It really is horrible when it’s all new and frightening and you just don’t know what to expect.
There’s two ways of approaching what is ahead. You can read up on MS and arm yourself with loads of knowledge or you can back away from it, carry on as you were as much as possible and deal with any problems as and when they crop up. I did the latter for years. Stayed firmly in denial, carried on working, did a degree with the OU, and best of all kept life for my young son as normal as we could. And I’d do it that way again, I didn’t want to read lots of scary stuff or be around people with MS, I wanted to pretend it wasn’t happening.
This was all over twenty years ago and I can look back on those early years as mostly happy. I was lucky that MS hardly affected me for years and I know not everybody is as fortunate but the reason for writing this is to say that you both have to find what suits you best, your family and lifestyle. Eventually I made many friends with MS through this site and realised it was a lot less terrifying but at the beginning… totally different matter!
I would say though that if your wife has been diagnosed with relapsing/remitting MS it is important to get on DMDs as soon as possible as that will give her the best chance of keeping things at bay.
Wishing you both the very best of luck.