Medications to Treat MS Symptoms

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Medications to Treat MS Symptoms


Inflammation is very typical of MS relapses, and it can lead to many of the secondary symptoms associated with MS. As such, corticosteroids to ease inflammation and reduce the severity of attacks are one of the most common MS treatment options. Corticos

Muscle Relaxants

These are commonly administered to MS patients to ease suffering due to painful muscle stiffness or muscle spasms. Commonly prescribed drugs to treat spasticity include:

Drugs to Treat Fatigue

Ongoing fatigue is a common problem for MS patients. Your doctor may prescribe you medications such as modafinil (Provigil)  to help with this problem.

Drugs to Treat Dysesthesia

Dysesthesia, which literally means “bad sensation”, is a type of pain often experienced by MS patients. It can feel like ongoing burning, wetness, itching, electric shock, or “pins and needles.” To treat pain and dysesthesia, your doctor may prescribe:


Depression is a complex mental health problem that is very common during the course of multiple sclerosis. Some studies have shown that people with MS are more likely to be clinically depressed (the most severe form of depression) than the general population. Drugs used to treat depression include:

Drugs to Treat Constipation

Constipation is another common symptom of MS that is, luckily, usually easily managed with the help of medications such as: