August 21, 2017
The pattern which multiple sclerosis follows differs for different people. The relapsing/remitting form of MS follows a course of relapses (also known as “attacks”) where there is an increased level of symptoms, followed by remissions in which there are less, or no, evident symptoms. The frequency and severity of relapses varies. In a few cases, people with relapsing/remitting MS may go on to develop secondary progressive MS.