I was diagnosed with RRMS over 10 years ago at the age of 57. I had difficulty walking (ataxic and slow gait) and burning and numbness of the feet and legs. Alpha lipoic acid took care of the burning and numbness.
I'd had difficulty walking 3 years earlier (age 54) and after numerous work ups by various specialists there was no diagnosis--except it must be anxiety.
Similar work up at age 57 and I asked if MS had been ruled out....no, so neuro ordered an MRI and bingo, more lesions than anyone could count. Diagnosis confirmed at Johns Hopkins.
I think I'm doing reasonably well. No gait issues for many years and can get up to 3 mph on the treadmill without holding on in 15 seconds.
My symptoms at this point are fatigue, heat sensitivity and cognitive "brain fog". I am still diagnosed as RRMS; although I haven't had any relapses.
Hope it all turns out well for you...wishing you the best.