Multiple Sclerosis Drugs

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease that may affect the brain and spinal cord causing a broad variety of possible symptoms, including vision, arm or leg movement, sensation or balance issues. It is a chronic disorder that can often cause extreme disability, but it can also be mild. In multiple sclerosis (MS), drugs are used to change the course of the disease, to treat relapses often called attacks or exacerbations, and to control symptoms. Such medications, along with the other critical components of comprehensive MS treatment, help people control their MS and improve comfort and quality of life. Those diagnosed with multiple sclerosis relapsing forms were typically recommended to seek therapy as soon as possible.    

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