Welcome to ThisIsMS, Greenmachine.
When your doctors began looking for the cause of your symptoms, I hope the first thing they did was order testing for a possible vitamin B12 deficiency. Even the ophthalmologist you will see soon could order the necessary testing and certainly your neuro SHOULD. Many of your symptoms appear in this video's Signs and Symptoms list:
"Everything You Want Your Doctor to Know about Vitamin B12"http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BvEizypoyO0
I highly recommend this 50-minute documentary from the filmmaker Elissa Leonard, featuring Sally Pacholok, RN, BSN & her husband Jeffrey Stuart, D.O. (authors of the book, Could It Be B12? An Epidemic of Misdiagnoses
); Lawrence Solomon, M.D., hematologist with Yale Medical School; Ralph Green, M.D., hematologist at UC Davis; and Donald Jacobsen, PhD, at the Cleveland Clinic (Homocysteine Research Lab).
@1:23 "The neurological manifestations well precede the hematological manifestations."
Signs and Symptoms of B12 Deficiency:
Sore Mouth or Tongue
Mental Impairment (your description: "cognitive problems")
Stomach and G.I. Problems
Limb Movement Disorders
Thoughts of Suicide
You have mentioned bladder problems; in part two of the documentary, it is mentioned that B12 deficiency causes uro-genital nerve damage (urinary incontinence).
If your neuro made the MS diagnosis after finding oligoclonal bands (O-bands) in the lumbar puncture, be aware that O-bands can also be the result of a B12 deficiency.
I think we are a supportive group – we wish you all the best.