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RebiSmart device ‘improves adherence to MS therapy’

People with relapsing multiple sclerosis who use a device called RebiSmart to self-inject medications like Rebif are more likely to take their therapies regularly and adhere to a schedule, resulting in fewer relapses compared to those not using the device, according to a study by researchers in Spain...Read more -
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PPMS and Rebif

Hi there,

My husband was diagnosed last week with what the neurologist believes is PPMS. But she also prescribed Rebif to him, which she wants him to inject 3x a week.

I was under the impression that Rebif is for RRMS patients. Is there a reason someone with PPMS should take it?

We go see her again in a couple days, and have decided to not start the Rebif yet. I want to make sure ...
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Rebif and fibroids

I live in Morocco where medicines, knowledge and experience is a bit limited so I'm looking to see if anyone has experience with interferons fueling fibroid/menstruation problems.

I started taking Rebif 3 years ago. Previous to the start of Rebif I'd never had problems with my cycle but right from the first month of Rebif my period changed, becoming very light. I also had a mild increase in PMS. But the most surprising was the ...
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Fifteen-year follow-up study of Rebif patients published

EMD Serono, the American biopharmaceutical business of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, has announced that the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry (JNNP) has published 15-year follow-up data for Rebif, the company's high-dose, high-frequency beta interferon for relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS), from the PRISMS (Prevention of Relapses and Disability by Interferon beta-1a Subcutaneously in Multiple Sclerosis) trial... Read more -
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Should i take Rebif?

Hi All,
I've just registered and want to share my story and concerns.
I'm 38 old female married with 3 kids...I have been active working in the development field in the developing countries.
Feb 2015 i got my first attack and in the hospital they told me probably you have MS, i've visited more than 5 doctors to confirm and yes my MRI showed that i'm in a bad shape...lesions are everywhere!! still my symptoms ...
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Sleepy Rebif--and introduction

Okay, to back track and my experience with MS--back when I was in graduate school, I developed optic neuritis. Doc said that the odds were good I'd develop MS and he put me on a run of cortisone to slow the possible development of MS. Jump ahead 20 years, and presto! Now I have full-blown MS. Still fighting to get disability, and am now walker-dependent.
Just in the 2nd step of Rebif, but fairly recently, ...
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Bruising/redness site reactions

Hi all,
This is my first time posting here, I was diagnosed in October 2014 and started taking Rebif in December with the Rebismart device. Overall, I feel like I have gotten off pretty easy with side effects as the dreaded flu-like symptoms have been manageable. My question is if anyone has found a way to track injection sites, i.e. which places bruise/cause redness and which don't?? I find it so hard to predict and ...
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1 month supply of Rebif available in Dubai for a discount

Hi all,

I have been on Rebif Since Jan 2014; however i am now being shifted to Gilenya by my doctor.

I have a brand new box of Rebif (12 Pcs) in my fridge which i will no longer be using which was supposed to be my supply for Jun.

Im happy to sell it to whomever may be in need at a discounted price.

Feel free to get in touch with me.

My email ...
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Loss of appetite?

Started Rebif about 4 weeks ago. I've done really well with it. No injection site side effects. No serious pain. But I've noticed that I'm not as hungry as I used to be. I've been eating less, and when I do eat, I get full really quickly. I used to have a HUGE appetite too. This isn't really much of problem to me, but I'm just curious if this has happened to anyone else? or ...
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