Recurrent Múltipla Esclerose Sender (EMRR)
(Multiple Sclerosis Outbreak / Remission) is the most common form of MS, in which individuals have outbreaks and return to their normal state. These outbreaks are acute episodes of symptomatic manifestations for a period exceeding 24 hours. During the outbreak symptoms develop during the first days, remain constant during 3 a 4 weeks and eventually cease after one month. At this stage there may be a partial or complete recovery of symptoms experienced, considering-is 2 separate outbreaks in a short time, When there is a range of 30 days between.
Since this is a progressive disease that can occur that passed 10 a 15 years this type of MS may progress to Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis.
Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis (EMSP)
It grows over a period of 10 a 15 years. May experience outbreaks, However, the recovery of the symptoms presented is not complete and may undergo a gradual and steady increase in symptoms and disability.
Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis (EMPP)
It is a type of progressive MS that comes in older age (40 years or more), without periods of outbreaks, where symptoms worsen steadily since the beginning of the diagnosis. The inability gradually increases until a given time and may or may not worsen for months and / or years.