Table 1 : The common subtype of multiple sclerosis and symptoms.


Type of multiple sclerosis MS course and symptoms

Relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS) RRMS is the most common subtype of multiple sclerosis which characterized by
unpredictable acute attacks of immune cells on myelin and axons that followed by
periods of remission. RRMS is accompanied with special symptoms including vision
impairments, numbness, spasticity, fatigue, intestinal and urinary system problems.

Primary progressive multiple sclerosis (PPMS) PPM largely affects the nerves of the spinal cord and is accompanied with special
symptoms including stiff, weakness, and problems with balance.

Secondary progressive multiple sclerosis (SPMS) SPMS is considered as a second phase of the multiple sclerosis disease and is
associated with increase in weakness, fatigue, stiff, Psychological impairment,
mental disorders, intestinal and urinary system problems.

Progressive relapsing multiple sclerosis (PRMS) PRMS is the least common subtype of MS which is associated with double vision
and eye pain, intestinal and urinary system dysfunction, dizziness, depression.

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