I am sending you a (hug) also. What an awful time for you.
Perhaps hubby could work full time and take the pressure off you?
CAB can help you with benefit advice. If you have a mortgage with critical illness cover you could get your mortgage paid off when you have a diagnosis.
I gave up work at diagnosis as i had a new baby and there was no way i could have looked after the kids and gone to work as well. I was too tired and my head was all over the place with the diagnosis and new baby. I was a total wreck to be honest.
My hubby had to change his job as our circumstances had changed so much. It was a worry at the time but it all worked out for the best.
There are medications available to you for the pain in your legs and also for the awful fatigue so please ask your gp to help you with this or refer you to a neuro or ms nurse for help.
The time around diagnosis has been the worst for me so far. Be kind to yourself and put your health first and don’t feel guilty about it.
You may feel well enough to return to work at some point when they have sorted out your medication. You may be in relapse at the moment so don’t rule it out yet. It’s very early days. Take it easy and theres no need to make any drastic decisions atm. Time will tell as to what you think you can manage.