Multiple sclerosis is a lifelong condition with no cure, but there are a range of treatments available to help you manage your symptoms and slow disease progression. Treatment with disease modifying therapies (DMTs) varies for the three different types of MS; speak to your MS team about what you are eligible for.
If you are eligible for treatment, getting on one as soon as possible after diagnosis has been proved to lead to better long-term health outcomes. It isn’t always easy to make difficult decisions quickly after diagnosis; seek out support from your healthcare team and the MS community who have been where you are now.
MS is highly treatable for many people. Know your options to manage symptoms and slow progression
Treatment is an incredibly important part of slowing disease progression and helping you lead as normal a life as possible. Read more about symptoms, diagnosis and what living with MS looks like.
MS begins with symptoms. Read up on common (and not so common) MS symptoms
So you’ve been (or might be) diagnosed with MS? What to do next and where to go for support
MS is different for everyone. This is what you need to know for life after diagnosis
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