Getting Social Security Disability for multiple sclerosis is not easy. Some judges do not understand the relapsing remitting type of MS. There are two ways to get your case allowed.
First if you fit yourself into the listing for multiple sclerosis. This is difficult to say the list without proper evidence.
Second if you show you are unable to work 8 hours a day five days a week. Your age also plays into whether you get social security disability benfits. At age 50 or older the rules can help you out if you have done light work or above and now are only able to do sit down unskilled work.
Plus don't give up hope of getting better someday. Here is a great link to MS research that is ongoing
If you are no longer able to work and would like a free case evaluation you can call me at 1-800-447-6549 or you can go to my web site for social security disability help