Whether you are newly diagnosed or just looking to learn more about multiple sclerosis, the resources on this page can help you prepare for visits with your doctor and better understand the disease.
The time you have with your neurologist is precious—and the relationship you build with him/her is vitally important—so making the most out of each visit is imperative. Being prepared will help you make sure you leave with answers to all of your questions. So, check out this helpful list and bring it to your next appointment.
This worksheet can help you identify your individual strengths, make personal goals for managing RRMS, and track your success over a twelve-month period.
This quick reference includes key terms and definitions to help you better understand multiple sclerosis.
This one-page document provides general information about multiple sclerosis, including common signs and symptoms.
Before you head off to the doctor, don’t forget this tip sheet designed to ensure you're prepared for each visit. Being empowered to drive or actively participate in discussions will help you and your doctor partner together to keep you as healthy as possible. So, print this out to bring with you.
Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers International Organization of Multiple Sclerosis Nurses Multiple Sclerosis Association of America Multiple Sclerosis Foundation Multiple Sclerosis International Federation National Multiple Sclerosis Society
My story webisodes
This online documentary series highlights Jack’s inspiring journey with relapsing-remitting MS — and how he doesn’t let it control his life!
Jack and others share personal reflections on life with RMS in the You Don’t Know Jack About MS® blog.
The resources on this page can help you prepare for visits with your doctor and better understand multiple sclerosis.