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Medications called corticosteroids can treat multiple sclerosis relapses. These drugs reduce inflammation. If you take them for a short amount of time, they can make the flare-up shorter and less severe.

From: How Multiple Sclerosis Changes Over Time WebMD Medical Reference

Reviewed by Neil Lava on November 11, 2018

Medically Reviewed on 11/11/2018

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Reviewed by Neil Lava on November 11, 2018

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Reviewed by Neil Lava on November 11, 2018

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