aredmosquito wrote:My doctor and I decided Rebif is my best option (I hate long needles, don't want to mix my shots, and can't handle possible IPIRs from Copaxone because of asthma). He prescribed me the Rebidose disposable autoinjectors. Has anyone on here tried them? What do you think?!
I didn't like the autoinjectors. For me, there is more pain when I use the Rebidose disposable injectors than when I use the other Rebif injection tool: the Rebiject II.
With the Rebiject II you don't have to mix anything. I think the needle goes a little less deep so there is less pain for me than with the Rebidose injectors. The needle isn't long and is the same thinness as the one you use with the Rebidose injector.
To switch injectors, I needed my doctor to actually call in and change the prescription. Seems silly since it's the same medication (only the injector is different), but I'm glad to be back using the Rebiject II.