You never need to worry that your condition is milder than some others. Everyone is welcome and having the diagnosis of MS is a tough thing to wrap your head around no matter how ‘mild’ your symptoms.
You should soon, if not already, be given the contact details of an MS nurse. A good MS nurse tends to be worth about 10 times the value of a decent neurologist. S/he will guide you through the business of sorting out a Disease Modifying Drug (DMD), and getting sorted with other professionals as needed. This might include physiotherapy, occupational therapy, bladder and bowel specialist nurses and any other services you might be in need of in the future.
Hopefully, you’ll start on a DMD, have no or very few, further relapses and have no need of further help from any of these services.
With regard to DMDs, have a look at https://www.mstrust.org.uk/understanding-ms/ms-symptoms-and-treatments/ms-decisions/decision-aid This will give you a leg up when the time comes to decide on a DMD. Most people would recommend you take a DMD, their aim is to reduce relapses and the severity of relapses. You probably won’t get free choice of all the options, it will depend on what’s available in your area, the severity of your MS, and your own choice.
And in terms of getting sorted with the diagnosis emotionally, it may take some time. People tend to go through all sorts of emotions, from feeling very tearful (a kind of ‘why me’ situation, that I still have from time to time after 21 years), to furious anger, to maybe a kind of acceptance. But don’t expect that to happen overnight. To be honest, I don’t think I’ll ever get to that state of complete acceptance. I’m still angry. But in a generally quiet sort of way.
As others have said, you can use this forum, together with the Everyday Living forum to help you understand the bloody disease and its symptoms. Ask whatever questions you have and someone is bound to have an idea of the answer. Or just an opinion. Also of course, you have all the resources of the MS Society and the MS Trust which might be useful to you as you get to learn your way through the morass of information about MS.