There are different types of multiple sclerosis. Educate yourself on the type you have and what it may mean for you. Remember that each case is unique and that you may not experience all of the symptoms associated with the disease and the severity of symptoms will differ from patient to patient.
Read about research, clinical trials, and new drugs for MS so that you can be as proactive as you possibly can in your treatment.
Start Treatment Immediately
Since MS is a progressive disease, the sooner you start treatment, the better. You can start to manage the symptoms of the disease immediately, while some medications can help slow down the progression of the disease. Speak to your healthcare team about the lifestyle changes you can make to improve your overall health.
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