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RRMS Treatment

When it comes to treating relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS), it can be difficult to know if your treatment is working or if your symptoms are getting worse. Talking to your doctor and healthcare team is an important first step in making sure your condition is under controlled and well-managed. Before you switch, or even think about switching, medications, you should prepare yourself for potential side effects and complications. While this can be an intimidating and frightening experience, remember that you're not alone and researchers are continuously working on new treatments to help people just like you.

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