What is Relapsing-Remitting?
Relapsing-remitting is a disorder in which symptoms are worse at one time (relapse) and improved at another time. When the chronic pain relapse, the pain is either partially or completely present. Whereas during remission, pain subside and requires little bit treatment if its needed.
Relapsing and remitting can follow ceratin patterns, or they can even stop and start without any kind of rhyme or reason. Sometimes remissions are aggravated by other factors and external injuries. One of the example of relapsing remitting disease is multiple sclerosis, as it has both active and inactive phases.
What is Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis?
Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis (RRMS)is one of the four forms of Multiple sclerosis. RRMS is identified by relapses, when there is a possibility of new symptoms and worsen of old ones. Relapses are followed by remission, when one recovers fully or partially. Relapsing time period last for a long time, whereas recovery is gradual and slow.