Understanding relapsing remitting MS (Booklet)

Publish date: 
Sep 2016

Relapsing remitting MS (often just called relapsing MS) is the most common type of MS - around 85% of people with MS are diagnosed with it. With this type of MS you have a pattern of relapses (symptoms getting worse) followed by recovery (‘remission’).

This booklet covers:

  • What is relapsing remitting MS?
  • What brings on or prevents a relapse?
  • How to manage your condition
  • How to access the information, treatments and support you need to do this

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  • shop@mssociety.org.uk
  • 020 8438 0999

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Page last updated: 15 Sep 2016

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