Hi and welcome,
Q: "Do you think this is MS?"
A: The likelihood that what you are experiencing is a neurological condition like MS is very unlikely if your brain MRI wasn't abnormal and the types of symptoms experienced are not usually suggestive-consistent.
To be honest you might be inadvertently putting different medical situations together when you wouldn't if not for you already dealing with the other issues.
You genuinely might not be dealing with one medical condition and because you are trying to work out a single condition that causes everything you have experienced you'll sometimes be assuming more meaning than you'd normally do to make your issues fit eg your visual issues:
"Vision has black spots and is blurry here and there. Double vision when I am focusing on something close. Not all the time though"
The visual issues you describe are typically unrelated to a neurological condition like MS, these types of visual issues are more situation specific and associated with things like Convergence Insufficiency disorder, which is a visual condition in which your eyes are unable to work together when looking at close objects, causing one eye to turn outward instead of inward with the other eye creating double or blurred vision.
Keep in mind though that double vision can also be caused by fatigue, dry eye, medications etc etc so if you haven't had your vision and the health of your eyes assessed yet it would probably be a good idea to do so and if there is something more going on, what you get diagnosed with will also help narrow down potential medical conditions and give you some directions to consider.
Hope that helps.......JJ