Hi @NatalieZara1992, I’m so sorry to hear about your mum’s diagnosis, and that she is now getting palliative care. Palliative care is care that aims to treat symptoms and improve quality of life when the illness is advanced and can’t be cured, but it does not mean the same as end of life care. Your mum’s medical team would be the best people to ask about how long they think she might have and what to expect, if this is something you want to know - although this would only be an estimate and these things can be unpredictable.
It’s important to be kind to yourself and find outlets for your emotions. Keep posting here if you find that it helps. Some of our users will have been in similar situations and will understand some of what you are feeling.
We have some information on our website about What to Expect at the End of Life, How to Support Someone at the End of Life, and Coping as a Carer which you might wish to take a look at.
If you need to talk to someone one-on-one for information or emotional support, you could contact the MS Society Helpline (0808 800 8000 or email@example.com) Marie Curie (0800 090 2309 or book a call)