10 Questions to Ask Before Taking Disease-Modifying DrugWith a diagnosis of MS, a doctor may ask you to start thinking about taking a disease-modifying drug to slow the progress of the disease. Disease-modifying drugs have proven to decrease the frequency in relapses in many patients and can slow progression. Studies have also shown that taking a disease-modifying drug sooner rather than later can be beneficial for the condition.
Can I commit to taking the medication as recommended?
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Taking a disease-modifying drug requires taking the drug exactly as directed, including dosages and timing. Other factors may include taking the drug with food, injection location or any other specific instructions for your doctor.