Managing Multiple Sclerosis

Reaching Your MS Treatment Goals

Your doctor has four goals when treating your MS: modify the course of the disease, treat flare-ups, control symptoms, and improve physical function. Here’s a closer look at how different treatments achieve those goals ›

7 Mistakes That People with MS Make

MS is a challenge, but it's one you can manage. The first tool at your disposal is information -- about treatments, lifestyle choices, and controlling symptoms day to day. See your opportunities for improvement

What to Ask Your Doctor About MS

Be prepared to ask the right questions about multiple sclerosis at your next doctor's appointment.
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The ABCs of Pain Management for MS

Many people with MS experience pain during their illness. This pain is a complex problem with no simple solution, but the journey to relief often follows an ABC path. Get started

After Your Diagnosis

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An MS diagnosis may come as a shock. Once the news sinks in, you may have difficult feelings and unanswered questions to wrestle with. Some tips for accepting your new normal ›

Everyday Living with MS

When you're tired and feel like you're drowning in to-do's, you may lack the energy to handle the unique demands of your condition. Here's how to regain control ›

Reference: Multiple Sclerosis (MS) section on Better Medicine

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