No. I’m guessing that the selectors (or whatever they’re called), may be concerned about the unknown quality of ms and how this will affect any potential baby/child. Although not specifically directed at adoption, there have been several threads in the past which have tried to discuss concerns that people with ms have in considering becoming parents, which you might or might not find interesting.
its one of those philosophical questions about the future really, none of us can see what’s going to happen, and you can’t pick and choose your children anyhow (I know there’s some exceptions), but generally you get what you get. Boy, girl, disabled, genius, fat, lazy, ugly, gorgeous, depressed, angry, superstar etc. But with adoption, some potential parents can get very picky for example, and I guess selectors will say they have a duty to safeguard any child up for adoption. You may be fit and active right now, but they or you can’t see how long for (forever I hope).
im sure none of this helps, I’m sorry if just waffling.