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Making RRMS Treatment Decisions: A Doctor Discussion Guide

Posted on July 09, 2021
Article written by
Kelly Crumrin

For people with multiple sclerosis (MS), a changing landscape of treatment options can mean new information to consider, new questions for your neurologist, and possibly even new treatment decisions. Whether your current treatment plan is safely and effectively treating your MS or you’re thinking about switching medications, it’s good to know about all of your options.

This guide is designed to help you communicate your treatment goals and preferences with your doctor and work with them to decide on your best treatment option. When you’re ready to discuss treatment options with your doctor, take this along to help facilitate the conversation.

Your Preferences and Priorities

Questions To Ask Your Doctor

Read Relapsing-Remitting MS Treatments Explained to learn more about treatment options. Test your knowledge by taking the quiz: How Much Do You Know About Relapsing-Remitting MS Treatments?

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Kelly Crumrin is a senior editor at MyHealthTeam and leads the creation of content that educates and empowers people with chronic illnesses. Learn more about her here.

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