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Considering taking medication to treat Multiple Sclerosis? Below is a list of common medications used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

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Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
amantadine HCl oral     103 User Reviews
Rituxan IV     131 User Reviews
rituximab IV     48 User Reviews
cyclophosphamide oral     14 User Reviews
cyproheptadine oral     67 User Reviews
cyclophosphamide IV     7 User Reviews
Copaxone subcutaneous     203 User Reviews
glatiramer subcutaneous     5 User Reviews
tizanidine oral     236 User Reviews
dexamethasone oral     88 User Reviews
methylprednisolone sodium succ inj     3 User Reviews
mitoxantrone IV     2 User Reviews
methylprednisolone acetate inj     13 User Reviews
baclofen intrathecal     13 User Reviews
Lioresal intrathecal     1 User Reviews
corticotropin inj     1 User Reviews
betamethasone acet & sod phos inj     9 User Reviews
Celestone Soluspan inj     15 User Reviews
prednisone oral     2352 User Reviews
Solu-Cortef inj     3 User Reviews
Solu-Medrol inj     45 User Reviews
Depo-Medrol inj     77 User Reviews
prednisolone oral     61 User Reviews
Medrol oral     109 User Reviews
methylprednisolone oral     472 User Reviews
Cortef oral     28 User Reviews
hydrocortisone oral     29 User Reviews
Dantrium oral     1 User Reviews
dantrolene oral     6 User Reviews
dexamethasone sodium phosphate injection     8 User Reviews
hydrocortisone sodium succinate injection     2 User Reviews
baclofen oral     462 User Reviews
cortisone oral     17 User Reviews
dantrolene IV     2 User Reviews
A-Hydrocort inj     1 User Reviews
A-Methapred inj     1 User Reviews
Dantrium IV     1 User Reviews
Kenalog inj     230 User Reviews
Medrol (Pak) oral     101 User Reviews
Avonex IM     91 User Reviews
interferon beta-1a IM     3 User Reviews
prednisolone sodium phosphate oral     2 User Reviews
Pediapred oral     3 User Reviews
Betaseron subcutaneous     78 User Reviews
interferon beta-1b subcutaneous     7 User Reviews
Prednisone Intensol oral     9 User Reviews
Zanaflex oral     306 User Reviews
Dexamethasone Intensol oral     6 User Reviews
DexPak 13 Day oral     56 User Reviews
methylprednisolone sodium succ IV     4 User Reviews
Orapred oral     13 User Reviews
interferon beta-1a subcutaneous     5 User Reviews
Rebif subcutaneous     111 User Reviews
Acthar H.P. inj     6 User Reviews
Avonex Administration Pack IM     84 User Reviews
natalizumab IV     7 User Reviews
Tysabri IV     128 User Reviews
Rebif Titration Pack subcutaneous     3 User Reviews
Orapred ODT oral     13 User Reviews
DexPak 10 day oral     2 User Reviews
dexamethasone sodium phos (PF) inj     2 User Reviews
Millipred oral     3 User Reviews
Veripred 20 oral     7 User Reviews
Millipred DP oral     1 User Reviews
Solu-Medrol IV     33 User Reviews
Extavia subcutaneous     4 User Reviews
methylprednisolone sod suc(PF) inj     Be the first to review it
methylprednisolone sod suc(PF) IV     2 User Reviews
Solu-Medrol (PF) inj     5 User Reviews
Solu-Medrol (PF) IV     4 User Reviews
dalfampridine oral     3 User Reviews
Ampyra oral     116 User Reviews
hydrocortisone sod succ (PF) inj     Be the first to review it
Solu-Cortef (PF) inj     Be the first to review it
Revonto IV     Be the first to review it
fingolimod oral     3 User Reviews
Gilenya oral     89 User Reviews
Gablofen intrathecal     Be the first to review it
prednisolone acetate oral     1 User Reviews
Flo-Pred oral     2 User Reviews
dexamethasone in 0.9 % NaCl IV     Be the first to review it
DexPak 6 Day oral     1 User Reviews
Rayos oral     1 User Reviews
teriflunomide oral     2 User Reviews
Aubagio oral     10 User Reviews
Rebif Rebidose subcutaneous     3 User Reviews
dimethyl fumarate oral     1 User Reviews
Tecfidera oral     69 User Reviews

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