Relapsing-Remitting MS

Relapsing-remitting MS is experienced by about 80 percent of those with MS. It is diagnosed once there are two incidents of an MS attack, the first of which most frequently occurs in adults that are 20-40 years old. Symptoms may include facial pain, numbness in the hands, and weak bladder control. About 65 percent of those with relapsing-remitting MS eventually get to the more serious stage of secondary-progressive MS, in which there is neurological decline.