@Trace , so you recovered from the majority of your 2018 relapse? If so, you can assume that you have RRMS.
Can I also assume that you've met, or been contacted, by your MS Nurse? They should be your first point of contact for all things related to your MS - GPs just aren't that experienced with MS. In particular, you should contact them for any suspected relapse activity. The following link will explain what is, and isn't, a suspected relapse:-
Managing relapses | MS Trust
A multiple sclerosis relapse is a sudden onset of symptoms that commonly lasts for a number weeks.
You will learn to "listen to your body" for any signs that your MS is "unhappy". You will then be able to consider whether there have been any specific trigger points. These could be being over-tired, being stressed, dealing with a run-of-the-mill infection, change of diet, the list could go on.....
Can I ask who diagnosed you, title not name? Was it a Neurologist, following an MRI scan and, possibly, a lumber puncture? And has the subject of a specific MS treatment been mentioned?
There's a lot to get your head round when you get given a diagnosis of MS. Acceptance can actually take a year or more, so be patient with yourself.