By Sharon Stoll, DO, as told to Keri Wiginton
You can think about multiple sclerosis (MS) kind of like the coronavirus: It’s completely unpredictable. None of us — not the doctor or the person with the disease — has a crystal ball. We have no idea how MS will affect you 20 years down the road.
That’s why, if you have a relapsing form of MS, the most important thing is early treatment with an effective disease-modifying therapy (DMT).
You should start or stay on a DMT even if you think you’re doing fine. Some people want to go the natural route if…