With more than a dozen medications now approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to treat relapsing forms of MS, it can be difficult to keep them all straight. For many people, how an MS medication is taken – and how frequently – is a major factor in their choice of treatment. To reduce relapses and prevent progression, MS drugs must be taken consistently, as directed, without missing a dose.
Which medication for MS have you found easiest to keep taking? Have you had to stop taking a drug because you were missing doses?
Connect with others who are living with multiple sclerosis. Get members only access to emotional support, advice, treatment insights, and more.sign up