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... ts the day or two after the shot. They are enormous and hot to touch, red and hard as a rock. So I try to trooper through it because I was told by the nurse some site reactions will lessen over time. Well, they are only getting worse and the original ones are taking forever to go away. So I called Shared Solutions. ... (9 replies)
... Thought I'd share my feelings on the reported injection site reactions. ... (2 replies)
... to see if the antihistimine has an effect on the injection site reactions so many experience. There are 12 different locations in 11 states... ... (2 replies)

... But if it only happens to you right after a copax injection it would seem logical that they are related. ... (5 replies)
... all of which agree Copaxone is the only DMD I can take right now until the point I get pregnant. ... (9 replies)
... Shelly, I dont understand. Betaseron you CANNOT get pregnant on. Copaxone you CANNOT get pregnant on.. ... (9 replies)
... Just to clarify alittle further, Copaxone is one of the lesser injectables, lesser meaning it isnt as strong. ... (17 replies)
... I've been "fighting the good fight" with copaxone since coming off Tysabri. I really hate copaxone, I must say, the injection site reactions are absolutely discusting. But, nevertheless, i've been sticking it out. ... (14 replies)
... I started on Copaxone and had a horrible allergic reaction and had to stop the first week. ... (5 replies)
... I also have some injection site reactions that are worse than they were before. ... (4 replies)
... Recently I have been having injection site reactions. The issue is approx. 5 minn. after the injection I get a raised area almost always white in color on my legs. It appears that this is were the medicine in puddling. ... (4 replies)
Tips on Copaxone?
Aug 11, 2009
... I was put on Copaxone 4 months ago. ... (6 replies)
... i've been on copaxone for almost 4 months now, and about 6 weeks ago i started getting injection site reactions, swelling, redness and itching, i spoke with the nurses several times and they said it will go away over time, it seems to be getting better now i know someone else with the same reactions who was dx'd just before me, hers is getting much better also it is... (18 replies)
... I've heard that the Copaxone injection site can become very irritated. ... (18 replies)
... I swear that the injection doesn't hurt at all. And there are no injection site reactions. I was just dx last September, so I don't want to do lots of injections. ... (62 replies)
... like that part the best. Also, even though the needle goes into your muscle, it doesn't hurt at all. Bloodwork and IVs are way more painful to me. And there's no injection site reactions. There have been a few shots where I've bled more than usual and got a bruise, but that's only happened three times. ... (62 replies)
... David, just so you know there is a HUGE difference between injection site reactions, and the type of reaction that Shelley experienced. ... (62 replies)
Copaxone reactions
Jun 16, 2008
... Hi, Heather, and welcome. I do not take Copaxone but I can definitely tell you that injection site reactions are not uncommon. That and "denting" seem to be the complaints I see most often. ... (20 replies)
... Meant to add, it's nothing like the needles you've been using! :) (9 replies)
... Oh, Shelley -- it's can be HELPFUL for people with MS! I haven't kept up with it for my MS but believe it or not, it was one of the things I did to help avoid gallbladder surgery years ago. When I was first dxed I did find it helpful with several things MS related, including my tingling. It's very much about finding a good doctor -- sounds like your friend might be helpful... (9 replies)


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