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Ask the expert: MS relapses

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Research suggests that, on average, people with relapsing remitting MS have around one relapse every two years. However the frequency of relapses can really vary between different people and this is one of the reasons why MS is such an unpredictable condition.

Here MS nurse, Miranda Olding explains how you can tell the difference between a relapse and symptom fluctuations, and the steps you can take to prepare for a relapse in the future.

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