Tysabri rejection

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Tysabri rejection

Postby Nosada » Thu Jun 16, 2011 7:34 pm

From my doctors, I learned that shortness of breath is a major sign. I am sure they told me some others but I just do not remember.. Anyway I started it the first month I declined a little then the second month ALOT. I was wondering if anyone has experienced, to what I believe, this type of rejection. It includeed worsening of balance strenth and tremors. So can anyone offer me some insight? Right now doctors have given me a ton of solymendrol, still are. So anyone give me some insight shared experience help of any kind?
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Postby msmything » Mon Aug 08, 2011 1:54 pm

Hi Nosada...I don't understand when you say you declined a little bit 1st month, then declined alot, ....what is declined?
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