What you’re describing sounds more like MS relapse symptoms than reaction to the steroids.
Your best bet is of course to sit down with an MS nurse. So it’s a good thing that it’s tomorrow.
What I’d expect you to be discussing is all of these symptoms you’ve got just now, your reaction to the steroids, and of course, the biggest thing will be disease modifying drugs (DMDs). Have a look at https://www.mstrust.org.uk/understanding-ms/ms-symptoms-and-treatments/ms-decisions/decision-aid This has all the various DMDs that are available at the present time. You may not be able to just pick one of these, it will depend on lots of issues, one is what your neurologist thinks you qualify for. Some are second line drugs, this means that you have to have been on one DMD and have ‘failed’ on it, i.e. continued to relapse. Others are only available if the neuro thinks your MS is highly active. Still others may just not be available in your area because there’s not been a prescribing centre set up.
So, have a look at the main first line drugs, these are all the beta interferons and Copaxone. They are older drugs, but in some ways might suit you as their side effects are manageable by many people. They offer about a 30-35% relapse reduction on average. Tecfidera is the other one that should be available. Many people see it as a better option, it’s an oral rather than injectable therapy, it offers an average 50% relapse reduction and most people can manage the side effects. The other reason why Tecfidera is a good first option is that it’s been shown to be most effective when it’s the first DMD a person has tried.
So, when you see your MS nurse tomorrow, you should probably have a note of questions you want to ask. If there are any symptoms that you want to think about drugs to help with then have an idea about that. Have a good look at the DMDs and have some idea about what if any you want to try (some people prefer to wait to see what happens). Don’t forget, it’s your decision. The MS nudes and neurologist will have their preferences, but within local criteria, it’s your decision.
Best of luck