An MS relapse, attack, flare-up or exacerbation (whatever your chosen description) causes new symptoms or the worsening of old symptoms for people with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis. It differs from person to person and can be relatively mild, or severe enough to interfere with someone’s ability to function at home or work.
Find out how others manage their relapses, ask a question, or share your own relapse experience.
11 videos about Relapses
Do you recommend exercising during a relapse?
What’s your opinion on B Cell depletion therapy?
How long should a relapse last?
How long after a relapse should MSers start physio?
How can a neuro-physiotherapist help MSers?
Is physio effective in reducing disability for MSers?
Can you have a clear MRI but still have MS?
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