I don't blame you. Your liver function is too important to take chances.conandcait wrote:I was only 3 times normal, they will want to re titrate me.NO NO NO!!
Is there some reason you can't go back on one of the above, or didn't they seem to be working?I have never had this before with any of the other drugs I have taken (Avonex, Copaxone and TY)- Nor have I ever felt this sick in my life!! Insomnia, HEADACHES, a 2 wk relapse ( which usually lasts 1-2 days) Any one familiar with this phenomenon? Thanks a bunch!!
In truth, that picture on the other thread? That's what happened to a thisisms member who offered medical advice to another. Despite that, how attached are you to your current neuro? You are the only one who is going to have to deal with future disability. YOU are the boss and the neuro is your employee. If you don't agree with your neuro, do the Donald Trump thing.conandcait wrote:Also, Tysabri was okay for the 2 mos I did it till it was pulled. When it came back, my neuro was against it for rrms at least for me!
What is the definition of "very lucky"? What disability progression have you seen in the last 16 years?conandcait wrote:I am 33 and have had rrms since I was 17-am very lucky so far. I am curious about this "benign MS" I know, I know crazy woman who thinks she has faux MS, but just maybe......
Well, that effectively ruined any chances of a Serono funded retirement pension for Arron! I can't say that anyone "likes" Rebif, but there are lots of people who do swear by it.conandcait wrote:Rebif, in my opinion was the beginning of my demise.
By any account it sounds like you've been very lucky.conandcait wrote:I have had pretty much the same exact symptoms since I was 17.
Hi Kelli,conandcait wrote:I asked a nurse if it was completely irresponsible to do nothing (knowing I have 2 small children) about my MS, and without hesitation she said yes, it's completely irresponsible.
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