Most of your post doesn't make a whole lot of sense, but I will correct one point that you are terribly wrong about. M.S. Is an autoimmune disorder. It is a disease in which the autoimmune disorder attacks the myelin sheaths of the axons of the central nervous system. It is most certainly NOT a mental health disorder and is in no way related to bipolar disorder. There is no current debate, nor has there ever been, in labeling M.S. as a mental health disorder.
There is no confusion is misdiagnosising M.S. As bipolar disorder. The two illnesses could not be more different. M.S. Is diagnosed by the presence of lesions in the brain and spinal cord, inflammation in the brain or spinal cord and at least two episodes of symptoms. The list of symptoms do not even remotely resemble bipolar disorder. Numbness, partial paralysis, blindness are just a few of the symptoms of M.S.
Do a little reading before you spread misinformation.