Hi and welcome,
The LP has found 2 Obands (Oligoclonal bands) that is unique to your spinal fluid, 2+ unique Obands is suggestive/consistent with a diagnosis of MS 'but' the presence of Obands are not specific to MS!
Obands are found in a variety of inflammatory and infectious CNS disorders, including paraneoplastic disorders, CNS lupus, neurosarcoidosis, and Behçet’s disease etc, with the majority of cases in which Obands are seen with infectious.
"The data should be interpreted in conjunction with all pertinent clinical and laboratory data for this patient. " and with regards to a diagnosis of MS that would mean your brain and or spinal MRI's had more significantly additionally found demyelinating brain and or spinal cord lesions.
IF there is no other suggestive/consistent MS diagnostic evidence, a neurological condition like MS would not be at the top of your potential causation list...
You mention your spinal MRI results, which for someone of your age is not typical but it's indicating there is a structural spinal issue going on, and is suggesting the potential of early cervical spongy Louis with degenerative disc disease.
Hope that helps......JJ