Assuming that most MS sufferers have a "Basket of Intolerables," what are the largest few items in your basket?
Temperature sensitivity is one that we hear discussed fairly often, and for most, it's extreme heat that they cannot abide. I, by contrast, find myself more inclined to get chilled (even by air conditioning).
To give another example, since my progression went full-tilt, I have found myself much more sensitive to sounds that are shrill, loud, abrasive or unsettling. I recently spent a few weeks in a large hospital, where things got pretty crazy on a regular basis-- when a patient started yelling (whether from pain, or for some other reason), I just could not stand the sound, and had to close my door. Same thing with loud traffic noises, or inconsolably crying babies.
So, what are your unique sensory triggers? Is there a type of food, a smell, a temperature, a sound, a circumstance, a situation, or anything else that you now find yourself especially unable to tolerate? If so, what is it?