About Multiple sclerosis (MS)

MS is an incurable neurological condition, commonly diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 40 years. It is three times more common in women than in men.

Treatments and strategies are available that can help people manage MS depending on their particular symptoms and the form of MS they are suffering from. Symptoms include extreme tiredness, muscle weakness, numbness, blurred vision and balance issues.

MS types1

 

Around 85% of MS sufferers are diagnosed with relapsing remitting MS.1 Knowing what your type of MS is can help you and your care team manage your condition better.

Whilst you can’t predict how MS will affect you, there are certain strategies you can use to improve your life with MS.

Similarly, there are things you can do day-to-day to help manage some of your relapse symptoms.


Being diagnosed with MS

MS sufferers discuss their diagnosis, symptoms and how the disease impacts their lives.


To find out more visit www.mstrust.org.uk or www.mssociety.org.uk

SymTrac MS app screenshots

SymTrac™ for MS

A symptom tracker is available to help you record your relapse symptoms and discuss them with your MS team.

SymTrac has been developed by Novartis in collaboration with healthcare professionals.

learn more about the app

 


Reference
1. Multiple Sclerosis Society UK website: www.mssociety.org.uk (accessed in August 2015).

Date of preparation: November 2015    MUL15-C020a

: 15-03-2016