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... I guess my latest question is have any people been successful reducing side effects switching from Avonex to Rebif? ... (8 replies)
... Hey fluffy. Sorry to hear this. Ive been on Rebif for almost 4 years and since month 3, have not had one relapse or new lesion. For me, its been wonderful..... ... (3 replies)
... And now, a few hours since the post those sensations have passed. Just tired. I am starting the Rebif at 8. ... (3 replies)

... HI Caromom. Welcome to our board! We hope we can help you in anyway that you need help... ... (3 replies)
Out of breath
Sep 2, 2007
... big brick building behind that one. I have been seeing him for over 10 yrs now, wouldn't dream of switching. We have lived in Chesapeake for 22 yrs, moved here from RI. ... (4 replies)
Neuro appt today
Sep 24, 2005
... Thanks for the update on your neuro appt. I had a similar experience last week at my neuro. My doc and I are considering switching me from Rebif to Copaxone. He said think about it and gave me all this info with a dvd to watch. I also asked him about the LDN. ... (5 replies)
... Shelly, I dont understand. Betaseron you CANNOT get pregnant on. Copaxone you CANNOT get pregnant on.. ... (9 replies)
... I just switched from Copaxone to Rebif in September. I was on Copaxone for 7 months, now on Rebif for 3 months. I have almost monthly flair ups and lots of leasions. The last flare up was 60 days inbetween. ... (3 replies)
... arm. This is a flare up of existing symptoms, not new ones. They last a couple of hours and then go away. Don't know if it's related to the switch in meds but I'm scared that stopping Copaxone has backfired some way. Probably not, but... ... (3 replies)
... Welcome to the world of injections. Im going to answer your question from another standpoint. ALthough Jay is correct in the info he gave you, I beg to differ with the last part. Not too many people start on Copaxone and then switch to other drugs. Many people actually go the other way.... ... (6 replies)
... Hi there. Rebif and Avonex are the exact same drug....meaning, if you have already gotten used to Avonex, Rebif MIGHT be the answer for you. ...Rebif was developed AFTER Avonex simply becuse it is given differently. ... (1 replies)
Getting off Rebif
Apr 29, 2007
... to Betaseron. They also advise against switching from any other CRAB UNLESS IT IS WARRANTED, such as intolerance or, of course, any kind of allergic reaction. ... (14 replies)
... Hi Folks! I am finally switching to Copaxone after starting therapy with Avonex until last year then Rebif until last month. Had a lot of "flu" side effects so I stopped the Rebif one month ago. ... (4 replies)
Switching medcines
Nov 13, 2004
... ng well, even though my symptoms were getting worse. All along I had been falling, losing my balance, etc....And I was hospitalized on IV steroids for a week due to the fact that I was losing feeling on the left side of my body. ... (6 replies)
... but just in case you haven't, I'll share my experience again. I have been on Copaxone for 4 years and 7 months. My initial diagnoses was Oct 1 2007. ... (30 replies)
Rebif Side effects
Jun 19, 2012
... Hi. I almost died from Copaxone with an allergic reaction. I stopped breathing and was taken by ambulance to the ER where I was resusitated and incubated for hours.. ... (5 replies)
... like symptoms. However, I am now on Betaseron and am having similar issues, so i'm assuming it might be something else aside from the medication. ... (3 replies)
... I wanted to see what everyone thoughts were on Rebif.. I've been taking Copaxone for the past 2 years and I've been doing very well up until the past week and a half... ... (3 replies)
... rebif will no longer be on their preferred list of meds. But they were so kind as to recommend that i switch to avonex, betaseron or copaxone. ... (4 replies)
... ten you inject. Im not sure you read the rest of what I wrote. I also stated that in 5 years, I havent had a single new lesion or symtom or had a relapse. Coming from someone who had over 50 lesions when I started, thats pretty amazing. ... (22 replies)

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