MS Awareness Month: Those Crummy Relapses and How to Manage Them
What is a relapse, attack, or exacerbation? When you have MS, these terms all refer to the same event - an appearance of new or worsening symptoms which last for at least 24 hours and occur more than 30 days from your previous relapse.
Learn more about relapses, treatment, and pseudoexacerbations:
- How to Manage Multiple Sclerosis Relapse: The Use of Solumedrol
Beginner's Guide to MS: Solumedrol - It's All the Rage!!!
- MS Relapse or Pseudoexacerbation, Part Two (Heat-Sensitivity)
- What is it like to take Oral Prednisone?
How do YOU personally determine if you're having a relapse? Do you always use Solumedrol or use some other treatment? Please share your experience.