Treatments and therapies
There are lots of different ways to manage MS.
This might include drug treatments for individual symptoms or relapses, diet, exercise and complementary and alternative therapies.
Disease modifying drugs are not a cure for MS, but they can reduce the frequency and severity of relapses. If you experience relapses the drugs may help, but unfortunately they're not effective for primary progressive MS.
It can be frustrating if treatments aren't suitable for you or don't work as well as you like. Lots of people with MS find it useful to actively manage their health.
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Depending on what symptoms you have, there are different ways to manage their impact on your life.