There are a number of treatments available to Multiple Sclerosis sufferers, although most appear to treat the symptoms rather than the condition itself. Check out this MS Treatments link for a very detailed account.
Some years ago I was offered Beta Interferon as the best bet for preventing further relapse. However, after discovering the possible side-effects and the method of administering the drug, I elected not to bother. At the time I was advised that this would be a daily self-administered injection and the side-effect would be a constant flu-like condition. Not a treatment that appealed a great deal. Beta Interferon is only available from certain NHS Trusts as it is a very expensive drug. As my MS symptoms are relatively minor compared to some, I didn't think the benefits out-weighed the side-effects.
More recently, I have been prescribed Prednisolone or Methylprednisolone, a steroid which claims to accelerate the recovery from relapse. I can report, that it appears to do just this, up to a point. I was prescribed a high initial dosage reducing over a two week period. The high dose treatment seemed to kick in wonderfully, but as the dosage decreased the multiple sclerosis symptoms began to re-appear. I can report that having completed this course of treatment the recovery from relapse was remarkably quick in comparison with my earlier relapses.
Now the embarrassing bit. Sildenafil (Viagra to you and I) supposed to give a boost to sexual performance and overcome the sexual dysfunctionality brought about by MS. All it did for me was give me a headache for about two days. But, don't knock it until you've tried it. Sildenafil is not generally available on presciption from the NHS unless you have a recognised condition. Multiple Sclerosis IS one of those recognised. However, you will need to pluck up the courage to ask your GP for it.
Aimspro, Goat Blood Serum
This doesn't really belong on this page as it's not a treatment I have tried or am likely to try any time soon.