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All types of MS involve the body’s immune system attacking nerves in the brain. The immune system targets the fatty covering of the nerves, making it harder for the nerves to work.
With relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS), patients have attacks and experience new symptoms, or existing symptoms get worse. These attacks are called relapses. Between attacks, your symptoms might or might not continue, but they don’t get worse, and no new symptoms occur. These periods are called remissions.
RRMS is the most common form of MS. About 85% of people who are diagnosed with MS have RRMS, although they might later have other forms of MS.
People who have RRMS are usually diagnosed in their 20s and 30s. Unlike some other forms of MS, RRMS affects women 2–3 times as often as men.
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What are the symptoms of RRMS?
If you have RRMS, you might have problems with your vision, such as double vision and red-green color distortion.
In addition, you might have problems with cognition (learning and memory), and you might experience fatigue. You might also have bowel and bladder issues.
MS in general causes mobility issues — muscle weakness, coordination problems, and issues with walking or standing.
How does Diplomat help people with RRMS?
MS doesn’t have a cure, but the right care team can help patients manage their side effects and live fulfilling lives.
Diplomat Specialty Infusion Group supports people who have RRMS. Our program for MS works to reduce how often people have MS relapses and how severe the relapses are. We support you throughout your treatment, helping you find third-party financial assistance and educating you about your condition.
Remember: The information here — and on linked sites — is not meant to replace advice, care, or a diagnosis from your physician. If you have questions about your condition, please ask your provider.
The information contained herein may not be construed as medical advice. It is for educational purposes only. Diplomat Pharmacy Inc. takes no responsibility for the accuracy or validity of the information contained herein, nor the claims or statements of any manufacturer.
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