You are so right when you said...
Don't second-guess your decisions because it will only drive you crazy.
I haven't been myself since Thursday, those meds will be hitting my doorstep soon and I'm not sure what I'm gonna do when they get here. The nurse has already called me and said, "When you get the autojet and your medication, contact me and I'll be right over". I have a fear of bursting into tears when she gets here because by then, it'll be even more real. I feel for that lady, she's gonna have her work cut out for her dealing with me. LOL!
Thanks for the info about the Doctor's Prescribing Information pamphlets.
I've been reading the Copaxone thread here and have learned a lot from them. I'm sure I'll have more questions when I start so I'll keep you in mind.
When my Doc told me about the meds, I told him that I was already leaning towards Copaxone. He then said, "The majority of my patients have gone that route and I think that's what would be best for you". I think most neuros try to be impartial when it comes to the meds.
Like I said, my decision was solely based on the flu symptoms thing. I'd rather poke myself every day then have (possible) flu-like symptoms every few days. I'm not a very nice person when I'm sick. Or hungry. LOL!
Fingers crossed that you won't have to make that decision.