Until recently, there wasn't a standard way to gather a multiple sclerosis patient's medical history. Now, a simple questionnaire can provide your doctors with invaluable information.
Just like with any chronic illness, it isn't uncommon to experience depression and anxiety with RRMS. But that doesn't mean these conditions should be ignored. Here are some self-care tips.
When patients relapse, three things are most affected: balance, the brain, and the bowel. Learn what experts recommend for the “three B’s.”
RRMS shouldn't mean sacrificing your quality of life. Take action, and follow these tips to make the most of living with relapsing multiple sclerosis.
When people hear about you multiple sclerosis diagnosis, the reactions can be varied and surprising. But, the more you know about the condition the better you can arm yourself with answers and challenge misconceptions.