These tools can help you find the answers about multiple sclerosis (MS) that you need, get more out of a visit with your healthcare provider, and connect with the larger MS community.
The MS LifeLines page on Facebook is a community of people focused on life with MS. Whether you have MS or love someone who does, come here to find inspiration, tips, humor, information, and education. We are more than 240,000 strong and growing.Visit us on Facebook ›
Life can be unpredictable when you have MS. That’s why the official MS LifeLines YouTube channel hosts videos to help you and inspire you with stories of people living with MS, as well as help answer your questions about life with MS. Subscribe to our channel and stay up to date.See all the MS LifeLines videos ›
Doctor Conversation Starter
Being able to talk to your healthcare provider is very important. It helps you make the most out of every visit and feel like you truly are a partner with your care team. The Doctor Conversation Starter has simple tips to help strengthen the communication between you and your healthcare provider.Get the Doctor Conversation Starter ›
MS Symptoms Checklist
Your doctor will want to know what symptoms you’ve experienced since your last visit. Knowing the answers to our Symptoms Checklist questions will help you tell the “story” of your symptom(s) and guide your treatment. Be sure to bring it with you to your next appointment.Get the MS Symptoms Checklist ›
Our 7-day Sleep Diary can help you and your doctor discuss whether your sleep quality is a factor in your fatigue. Answering the specific questions in the diary is more helpful than general statements such as, “I’m not sleeping great.” You can fill it out on your computer or by hand, then bring it to your next appointment.Get the Sleep Diary ›