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    An_267476 posted:
    I am biju from Dr reddys brother is suffering MS since 3 years.he is facing muscle pain and lasyness and sometimes passing urine abnormally.already he has used Avonex injection for 2 any latest medicine is there for treatment?
    he is located in kerala (India)also treatment taken from ayurveda now he is facing fever sometimes,and his wife is most believe for ayurveda and tablets are avoiding .it is right or not.
    Stephanie Butler, RN responded:
    Hello Biju,

    Here in the US we have 13 FDA approved medications to treat MS: I'm not sure what is available to your brother in India, but typically if someone here is not doing well on Avonex we would try a stronger oral therapy or even one of the infusions.

    All the best,

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