I do not qualify for the everyday injections that a primary MS patient self induces. The Neurologist suggested a procedure which has been used for years for MS patients like myself which may work or not. An IV of cortisone is administered to me in a hospital 3 straight days in a row. Then once a month after those 3, I go in for an IV. I am seriously concerned about the side effects of cortisone though I do not know if I am allergic to it because I never been on cortisone before. Is MS considered an "inflamatory" disease and known to be treated by cortisone in this manner or procedure?