Looking for opinions...
I like that Copaxone does not suppress the immune system, I like that the long term use of it seems to have great benefits (though much of it may be marketing). The only thing I don't like is that it is an injection...
I like that Tec has a much better efficacy than Copaxone, I like that it is not an injectible. I actually take Psorex a mono-ethyl fumerate to try and replicate the benefits of Tec which is a Di-methyl fumerate. I dont like that it may have more serious side effects.
Best of luck,
I've been on Tecfidera for over a year now and have been lucky with no side effects. While on Copaxone, I had terrible hives at the injection site and experienced frequent relapses. Unfortunately, since it is a long-chain protein, there's a greater chance of skin irritation. I also had to remove my thighs from the injection regime due to constant pain and bruising.
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