I'm sorry I can't offer any advice on your situation. All the boards I've seen say that they get denied when they apply when they have a job. I suppose I understand that logic. If you can work, you should. While it's difficult, you obviously "can" work (because you are). If you "couldn't" there wouldn't be a reason strong enough to get you into work - that includes money. You've effectively made a choice that you "need" money more than you "need" to rest & take care of your health. Please know that I do not trivialize, or condescend your choices you feel you have to make. I also know pushing oneself past the point of needing to stop can be even more detrimental.
I want to work, but right now I can not. I tried to hang on to my job during this flair as long as I could. Currently, I've been 6 months out of work after being fired due to my medical disability. I have not applied for Disability, as I'm hoping the medication kicks in and I can get back to work. Being without work means sacrifices, it means going without, it means being at the mercy of the kindness and help of other, and it means asking for help. None of these are appealing options, but it is waht you do when you don't have the luxury of choice. We were able to get an adjustment on our mortgage interest rate dropping our payments, and my car is paid off, but it doesn't have a/c and in Florida with the sun, that means I can't drive it, but because I have it, I don't qualify for government assistance. It means cutting off the cable, eating at home, and even cutting back on food budget.
Sure, being out of work doesn't feel like it's an option. But if you feel like you still get to make the choice, then things are not that bad. I'm not saying you don't hurt, and I'm not saying you don't struggle. I'm saying I'm envious you make the choice to continue going to work even when it's so incredibly hard.
I hope you have a good doctor that can get you back to that remission point so you don't have to struggle with the flair and symptoms. If it gets worse where you can not make yourself go into work, or your employer decides that for you, I wish for you a swift resolution to help take care of your family and yourself without too much hardship.
Mom's in general put everyone else first, often to their own detriment. Please remember if you don't take care of you you won't be able to care for those that depend on you.
Sending you hugs and spoons.