NiftyBunny wrote:I appreciate everyone's support... but as I said please STOP telling me to not use the Rebiject anymore. I don't have problems with it... I do not find it to be too brutal, it barely bruises me and I don't have to see the needle and can do it without any help. I'm sure that like anything it depends on the person... it may not be the best option for everyone, and if you like the manual injections better then all the power to you. I have chose the machine. It works best for me in my situation and I definitely do not want to try manual unless I have to. To anyone going on Rebif and reading this, if you want to try the machine, try it. I have no problems with it.. yes, it stings, but that is the medication, not the machine and its over fast. I don't want this forum scaring people off from trying the Rebiject because some people have decided against it. It truly is individual.
Froggie wrote:If the Rebiject works for you, that's great! I'm fortunate to not have the hand shakes and a husband who's extremely proficient with giving shots. One less thing for me to worry about. I too, however, trip on stairs and even flat surfaces like sidewalks. My vision is sufficiently compromised where my depth perception is really bad. Going down stairs is difficult and I avoid them when possible. We all have to do what's efficacious for ourselves.
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