Michelle Fabian Contributor

Dr. Fabian is the assistant professor of neurology at The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City.

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The 4 Types of Multiple Sclerosis, Defined by a Neurologist

Which type of MS you have depends on the presence of relapses.

Key Signs Your MS Treatment Is Working

Neurologists are looking for “NED,” or no evidence of disease.

What Is Clinically Isolated Syndrome? Key Facts About This MS Subtype

Learn how doctors diagnosis this “silent MS.”

Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis: What Is It?

This type of multiple sclerosis affects just 15% of MS patients.

What Is Relapsing-Remitting MS? A Neurologist Explains

Relapses occur less frequently than you might think.

What Age Is Multiple Sclerosis Usually Diagnosed?

MS strikes younger than you might think.

Subtle Symptoms of MS You Should Never Ignore

Multiple sclerosis is a little sneaky at the onset.

Could It Be MS? How Doctors Test and Diagnose Multiple Sclerosis

Here’s how docs know for sure whether or not you have MS.

MS Relapses: How to Prevent and Treat Them

Know the signs of an MS relapse and how to handle it.

This Myth About MS Needs to Be Debunked

If you think of multiple sclerosis as a disease that severely handicaps patients, you have an outdated impression.

What Is Multiple Sclerosis? Key Facts a Neurologist Wants You to Know

There’s a lot of misconceptions about this autoimmune disease.