My hubby and I both have been diagnosed with MS, him first in 2000, I began with my problems in 2002, and finally got my official diagnosis in December 2007. Our wonderful MS specialist spent about 3 hours with us one day, and says that we both have pretty mild forms of MS. Does anyone know if this is good news or not? We are both due to start copaxone in February sometime. She said that the MS treatments work best in people with mild MS. I do know that RRMS can turn into a more progressive form, but somehow she didnt mention that. Is it really possible for her to know that we both have mild forms? Any feedback would be appreciated.
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