Hi there, sorry you had to join this club but welcome
My first MS nurse was lovely, gutted that she retired. At our first meeting we chatted over symptoms etc. so if you have any questions or feel you need anything else support/medication wise, then your nurse could help. Mine also came to our house as I needed a 9-hole peg test for one of my meds.
At some point if you need it, you can ask about an O/T (occupational therapist), I’m sure your nurse can refer you if needed. The O/T that came to me sorted out a perching stool, a trolley, a step, a bath board and a support for around the loo. She was amazing, it was the first time my husband really opened up to anyone too, so I think it’s fair to say they’re very well trained and so supportive.
Glad your consultant is arranging physio for you, I had to ask for everything with mine! Oh and I was referred to a Neuro rehabilitation Dr. Again, he was very helpful with hints and tips, most suitable meds etc.
Oh and Orthotics (I think that’s what it’s called) that made me special insoles for my shoes. Rehab doc arranged that. Your nurse should be able to refer if needed.
I found emailing my nurse really helpful too of anything comes up you and you need to ask for help.
There’s so many thoughts probably rushing around your head right now, so write a list would be my best suggestion.