A Day With MS and Rituxan

Rituxan in the “MS world” is used to slow down the progression of the disease by lengthening the time between attacks. It kills the B-cells, which are the cells that tell the T-cells to attack the Myelin.  The Myelin is what covers and protects our nerves, spinal cords and brain. I have experienced a reduction of numbness and increase in energy.  And what has been so amazing have been my MRI results, which have been stable for the past 6 months! YAY! Now everyone is different and might have a better experience with a different medication I am just sharing what has worked for me, for those who might be desperate to find something for them.