Hi Tiphanie! Welcome to our board. It sounds as though you have a full plate to deal w/ right now. I am so sorry.
First off, you need to talk to your onco about premeds before they give you the chemo. There are usually different types of premeds they give for individual types of chemo. These premeds may not take away all of the symptoms but they help minimize them. Also, talk to him/her about meds you can take once you get home. I am sure that they will want to be very careful that the meds they prescribe don't interfer w/ other meds that you are taking for the MS and your other health problems. If you aren't happy w/ the answers that you receive, then seek a 2nd and even 3rd opinion. Are they just treating you for the bc or the other areas where cancer showed up?
I had stage IV bc,(recurrance) w/ mets to the bone. I had already had a mastectomy, chemo and radiation before the recurrance. I can tell you that it can be beat. I was on weekly chemo for 26 months and then received an "all clear". I still take monthly chemo as a preventative measure. Don't ever give up hope. There are new treatments being announce almost every day. Hope, along w/ laughter and lots of support, will help you get thru this.
My suggestion would be for you to write down any and all questions that you want answered, no matter how silly they sound before you go back for your next appt. Take someone w/ you as well as a tape recorder, if you have it. Get the answers to your questions. Make sure that your onco talks in terms that YOU can understand. Don't be afraid to question his answers. Tell him that you want the truth. Ask about any clincial trials that you might qualify for. Just be proactive when it comes to your health care.
Please let us know what you find out tomorrow. We are here for you.