Compare the different types of Disease Modifying Drugs (DMDs) that are available to treat relapsing MS.
It is only with the help of our donors, supporters and volunteers that we can continue training MS specialists and providing trusted information to the 100,000 people living with MS across the UK.
You probably feel emotional and have a lot of questions. What happens next all depends on how active your MS is, what treatments are available and what you would like to happen.
The two main types of pain in multiple sclerosis are nerve (neuropathic) pain and musculoskeletal (nociceptive) pain. Find out more about pain in this A-Z entry.
Find out about the different types of MS symptoms and which of them are the most common.
We look at the early signs of MS and answer your most common questions and worries about the condition.