gwa wrote:Better keep on reading. There are site of injection lumps which don't go away and which sometimes also collapse.
There are some treatments coming out in the next year that may actually work and which are not associated with these CRABS.
The lumps, bumps and dents in the fat layer associated w/Copaxone are called lipodystrophy. This occurs at injection sites. This problem is more prevalent in women, rather than men. My husband has not had any incidence.
Men do quite well on this drug...Montel and Clay Walker are celebrity users. We personally know two other men in our "community" that are doing well on Copax. Not to "push" this drug...but talk to your doctor some more.
MattB wrote:The most common side effects(swelling at the site etc) are also associated with rebif and it lacks the increased fatigue associated with interferons.
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