I'm really concered now about the safety of Copaxone and Child birth.
I need more information on this. I feel the nurses have not given me alot of info on it.
I asked my neuro D4, saw an intern and she said I should be off it 6 months! -but in my experience I found that it goes out of my system within 3 months. I know that because my MS was just starting to 'fire up' a the 3 month point after giving it up, and then I conceived, and the MS died down again. Whew!
2 children - you are lucky LoveActually. Oh and the sippy cup - my fella is so strong I'd be amazed if you'd have something that would stick!I now have 2 beautiful children and I am done. Once your little one starts tossing his sippy cup or bottle, PM me and I'll send you a little invention of mine to nip that in the bud. Laughing
Is a relapse anything that lasts more than 24 hours? I've had blurred vision for months now and the constant ringing/humming in my ears for at least 6 weeks. Would these be considered a relapse?
That's a tough one LA - I have also had a slow creep of symptoms over time, especially a rising level of tinnitus but I'm not sure I'd call it a relapse. Sometimes there are increases in symptoms but I'd tend to call a relapse a sudden appearance of a new symptom, quite intense, and that stays for at least a few days. Relapses for me are things that are more abrupt, if you know what I mean?