The exciting good news for me is that I've been able to walk non-stop for miles and hours (6+) this weekend with no symptom whatsoever. Last summer, I experienced "foot drop" after 30 min or so - this was prior to ms diagnosis.
Not sure what to attribute this to: 1st round of Ocrevus treatment, diet or lifestyle changes (more exercise) or the disease opting to be dormant right now. But I'll take it!
The bad news is that I lost my job at the end of August. I could attribute this to ms to the extent that it was an incredible distraction to me for the past 6 months - symptoms, tests, dx, then learning about all the twists and turns of disease and treatment.
Next step: I see my neuro later today, and I'm confident that I'm on the right track to maintaining a good life for the time being. Finding a job will happen and I'm only going to be stronger because of this unpleasant experience of ms and job loss.
Thank you for this community for helping in the process by sharing an incredible amount of great, first hand experiences and tips.