Any advice about help with my disabled Mom with MS?

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Ive been taking care of my mother since I turned 18. 2 years ago she fell and broke her leg and my life has been nothing but a nightmare. She still cant walk...she cant really do much for herself eccept feed and change herself. In November I found out I was pregnant and since then there has been so much added stress on me and my husband. Her doctors wont help me...my mom doesn't want home health in the house. My mother is coming between me and my husband and the added stress of being pregnant is taking its toll on me. I dont know what to do anymore. My mother needs around the clock care...but she wont willing go into a nursing home she thinks I can handle everything and mind you my husband and I both work fulltime. I need help I really dont know what to do anymore.

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I'm sorry, I got confused.
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Helpme, I'm not sure you have learned your way around here since you repeat this in another thread

https://www.agingcare.com/questions/help-with-disabled-mom-with-multiple-sclerosis-178961.htm

It's also brought up again in
https://www.agingcare.com/questions/handle-a-parent-wants-you-to-give-up-your-life-178894.htm?cpage=0&cm=464042#464042

which is where I'm addressing it.
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I don't think the poster has learned her way around here which is ok.

This is a repeated question from
https://www.agingcare.com/questions/help-with-disabled-mom-with-multiple-sclerosis-178961.htm


It's also brought up again in
https://www.agingcare.com/questions/handle-a-parent-wants-you-to-give-up-your-life-178894.htm?cpage=0&cm=464042#464042

which is where I'm addressing it.
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Shes living in my house
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If it is her house, she stays and you move. Then she would have to hire caregivers to come to her house. Sometimes you pull back to make them really face the reality of how stressful this is for you.
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