Looking back, I can see ms symptoms 20 years before diagnosis. It is amazing what you can believe is normal, or just explain away, ignore because it improves in a few weeks. I've had the ms hug intermittently since my early 20's. Clumsiness was part of my identity. Didn't investigate eye symptoms.
I became concerned enough to investigate with facial sensations and numbness in my early 40's that didn't go away. Got no help. Found a different doctor when I had an episode of dropping things... change at cash registers, keys when locking or unlocking the door.
Even after a positive mri of brain and spine, it took another clinical attack before I was diagnosed. That one froze part of my body. Wierdest thing ever. Watching something fail to work without any pain or sensation that something is wrong is very strange.
I hope you don't have ms. If you do, there is a lot to learn. They know a lot more about what can help than they did 20 years ago. But it is still a huge shock and adjustment. Good luck.