Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis (IN) with disease-modifying medicines (MMD) is recommended by experts because they reduce the risk of acute symptoms (outbreaks), extending the time intervals undisturbed before another outbreak and, can lead to a change in the course of the disease, reducing the progression of MS by reducing damage and reduce the frequency.
Although MS has no cure, there are already treatments with drugs that can be divided into three major groups:
- Drugs that alter the course of disease: reduce the activity of immune system cells, responsible for the attack that the body does to the immune system, responsible for the attack that the body does to the CNS, atenunado the effects of impaired immunological processes.
- Medicines that treat acute flare: relieve symptoms without modifying the dynamics associated with MS disease course or.
- Medicines that treat specific symptoms used in the symptomatic treatment.
We can identify several types of treatment:
- Treatment with immunomodulatory medicines;
- Treatment with Immunosuppressive Drugs;
- Treatment with corticosteroids;
- Symptomatic Treatment;
- Treatment of spasticity;
- Ataxia Treatment;
- Treatment of fatigue due to Multiple Sclerosis;
- Treatment of Depression;
- Treatment of Urinary Changes.