I have been a Stay-At-Home Mom since 1986. I was diagnosed in 2005 with RRM. From the definition of the types of MS provided, I really think I have BMS. I have no symptoms that hinder me in any way. I am about to experience the empty nest and plan to go to work out of both desire and necessity. This is my question-let's say I work for six years with no symptoms and all of a sudden my disease progresses and I am no longer able to work-will I be eligible for disability at that point?
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