I guess I haven't really gotten sick yet since DS was born, almost 2 years ago, aside from morning sickness with this pregnancy. So for about 5 or 6 weeks I did the bare minimum. I couldn't count on DH to make dinner because he almost always gets home way past dinner time, so I just made simple meals, or we went out to eat. On the weekends, he'd grill meat so we'd have quick meals to throw together..but as far as everything else went? I did it all, it just took me longer. Most days, we'd lay around and watch tv, play games, just be really lazy, and on the few days I'd actually not feel too bad, I'd take my DS to a playdate in an effort to distract from the constant nausea. I also still worked one day a week, for a 3 hour shift, which was actually a nice distraction. I know MS and really being sick is different, but really, you gotta do what you gotta do when you don't feel good. As long as the basic needs are met, that's all you need to worry about. I used to be a clean freak before DS arrived, and now I go a month sometimes longer without mopping our wood floors(they could really use it about every other day
and I've just learned to let a lot of things go. That being said, when I was at my worst with the nausea and vomiting, DH did step up and make dinner when he was home, and helped with the nighttime routine of our toddler, mostly on the weekends though
I hope you feel better soon and try not to feel guilty that nothing is getting done. It will get done eventually!