Know How Meds for Treating Multiple Sclerosis Stack Up

Keeping all the multiple sclerosis meds straight can be tricky.

Multiple sclerosis causes nervous system damage...with "attacks" of symptoms such as tingling, muscle weakness, fatigue, and pain.

Patients admitted for an attack will usually get corticosteroids (methylprednisolone, etc) as treatment...and other inpatients with multiple sclerosis may continue home meds in-house to prevent attacks.

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