Thanks for the head's up. I'm going to try each one free of cold/heat/pills first week and see how each site reacts without outside interference.
From what the nurse told me, the autoinjector is more painful than only the syringe. So that's a plus! Besides, if I learn early not to rely on the autoinjector, it makes things easier if I plan to travel or be anywhere where I need to take my meds... because I can just leave the a.j. at home.
Jack, no move... long story, basically the people who put in the offer could not get a mortgage, their bank messed up and told them they were preapproved, and then came back and said oopsie, actually you aren't, wewps!
So yeah. I had to cancel my apt. I had gone to see and was accepted for, basically start back at square one, and that threw me into a bout of complete stress (plus my nana's funeral this mo. and having to face my shots today), and I basically went into relapse with symptoms. NOT FUN!
But I'm doing a lot better these last couple of days. Still symptoms, but they seem to be clearing up some
Edit to include Jack's name, which admittedly I'll probably forget because my mind's horrible like that! :p ~ Laura ~
Dx RRMS March 5, 2008.