I am progressive and I experience symptoms and problems 24/7. If you think you do not fit the RRMS definition, I would encourage you to keep a symptom journal where you track your symptom presentation and duration of the attacks. After a year, go back and graph your results. You can compare your graph with the line graph depictions you can find online. You can also address your concerns with your doctor.
Progressive MS would be too soon to jump into. If you are dealing with MS related anxiety or depression, these latter two problems can cause symptoms to present due to stress. Your doctor can help you in this area by meds or by oral counseling where you can learn to deal with any anxiety or depression in a manner which benefits you. Low impact exercise can really help too as it activates soothing neurons.
Since your journey has only just begun, do not think of yourself as any one type of MS. Just define yourself as an MSer. I always tell people I have MS. Other MSers are the only ones who will ask "what type". If you spoke with a non-MSer, they would probably only know MS but little about what it is or even less likely what types there are.
In the beginning of your journey, try to move forward and away from any plans to "get back to normal". I would encourage you on a "good day" to choose what is normal for you now. My own definition has changed as my MS has changed, but I always measure my day against my personal definition of normal.
I am glad you found us here and I hope you find support and understanding. If you need a soapbox, those are free
You are among "family" and I for one will not judge you in any way.