I hope you do very well with your therapy. I, on the other hand, (and, I am not saying for other MS patients to follow my path) am doing very well off all interferon and injection treatments. I stopped injections mid-February and am feeling so much better without them. My neurologist did not advise me to discontinue the therapies, but nonetheless, he says that I am doing very well without them. Maybe, I will reconsider in the future. But, at the moment, life has never been so wonderful. I can work, I can laugh, I can read, I can work out, etc. I can do all the things that I was unable to do when on the therapies. Yes. I did have a slight relapse from stopping the medication a week after. But, it only lasted for about one or two days. Now, I feel like a whole new person. My blood pressure is back down to normal; I don't feel like my head and body are going to explode. I still have MS symptoms but not as debilitating as when on the therapies and their side effects. I've learned to work with my MS symptoms and not against them. This is the little trick I've learned with MS. I feel like a million bucks! And, I really hope everything works out for you and that you feel better each day! God bless.