I'm glad to hear from you again, and very glad to learn you're in line for a transplant. I have no idea how that feels to be waiting in line for something like that, but the fact your doctors have all cleared you must mean they think you have a good shot at it being successful. It's got to be terribly frustrating and scary to wait, though.
And I'm also glad you have a partner. I live alone and wish I didn't. But sometimes family and friends can't understand everything we go through, so we are definitely here for that. I'm not sure how many of your symptoms are from medications or your condition, but I do know I (and many others here) have had to adjust to the side effects of meds, and to changes in our lives. We often have to grieve the life we once had, and put together a new one. I'm still doing that and can say it's not easy and I'm not there yet. There are others on this forum way ahead of me, but that's good because it gives me hope.
I suggest asking your doctors (take a list with you to your next appointment!) about
all your symptoms - what may be due to medications, which ones may be temporary and improve with a transplant, and which ones you'll need to adjust to. And make sure you've got a good pain management specialist, and maybe a therapist who can help you and your partner navigate this whole process, on your team. But we're on it, too!
Just remember I need you on my team, too!