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Multiple sclerosis treatment

What treatments are available for multiple sclerosis? What is infusion therapy? What medication might help? Get the facts on managing your symptoms.

Introduction

Now that you're dealing with a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis (MS)—whether it's you or someone you love—you’ll want to know about what types of multiple sclerosis treatments to expect.  

Will you need to take prescription medications every day? What are the most common types of treatments? What about infusion therapy for multiple sclerosis?

Maybe you've heard of certain types of multiple sclerosis treatments but you aren't exactly sure what they are, how long you need to take them, the possible side effects, or even how they work.

We've put all that important information in one place so you can be informed about your options. Find out what to expect before, during, and after your treatment begins, including how to prepare and more.

Your healthcare provider (HCP) is your best source of information for multiple sclerosis and all of the latest treatment options available. Be sure to keep an open dialogue with your HCP and don't be afraid to ask as many questions as necessary.

Multiple sclerosis therapies

Young woman with multiple sclerosis training with a personal trainer.

What are the different therapies for MS? Does infusion therapy help multiple sclerosis symptoms? Learn about the types of therapies for MS, including what to expect before, during, and after treatment.

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