Thank you everyone for your comments.
I now have appointments set up to test the muscle function and nerve function in my torso and another round of MRI's but this time it's different, than the standard MRI they did.
The first specialist I saw was not at all helpful but this new specialist, I like him very much. He took the time to show me the MRI scans and had really taken the time to explain things to me. I do have more questions that I plan to ask on my next visit.
I will call my doctor on base today and arrange to have a barrage of blood tests done. I am so thankful I have a Dr on base that is great and always wants to do the best by me (you hear horror stories of base hospitals) but on the other hand, i'm rather annoyed he was so thorough with my migraines as I wouldn't of known I had MS and sometimes ignorance is definitely bliss. I am going to have to talk to him about being to thorough
If I can manage my health with vitamins, minerals and healthy eating I would rather go that route. I worry that if I start treatment when I feel great and have very few symptoms, am I just opening the door to invite MS to move in and bring all its baggage with it.
I was told when I had my accident at 30 I wouldn't walk again but I did, I was determined to prove my surgeons wrong, I wasn't going to be wheelchair bound at 30. Now I have been thrown another curve ball and I shall deal with this exactly the same way, with the same determination and positive attitude. I have too many plans, goals and dreams to fulfill and MS in not going to stand in the way.
Thank you all for being so supportive, it's very lonely being in a different country without family here to be my support network, so I appreciate you all.