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... Well, I know I kept everyone updated about changing off the betaseron onto the steroids and then a few weeks ago on to copaxone. I had posted about severe burning and got some great responces. ... (9 replies)
... I have been on Betaseron now for 1 month, and have had good luck with very little side effects, but do have some site reactions. ... (5 replies)
... I started Betaseron on December 1, 2008 and had to stop on January 19, 2009 due to serious, multiple lesions. ... (3 replies)

... Betaseron is the oldest of the Interferons...Im kind of surprised he is prescribing it for you, hardlly anyone does anymore...since Rebif and Avonex, Betaseron has mostly gotten pushed to the back of the line...however, its exactly the same as Rebif in many ways..... ... (1 replies)
... Hello there. I take Betaseron as well AND switched to caremark about 6 months ago when my company changed insurance. ... (3 replies)
... I was on betaseron for about 1 year and a half. I didn't get any major side effects or flu like symptoms. Overall I can't complain. ... (10 replies)
... Does anyone else get red spots at the injection site that last for a few days afterwards? ... (1 replies)
... MSNik, I was probably unclear due to my agrivation. I broke through on the Betaseron and had to come off it. It had nothing to do with pregnancy. However, since I was already off it, I thought "What a great time to try.. ... (9 replies)
... Shelly, I dont understand. Betaseron you CANNOT get pregnant on. Copaxone you CANNOT get pregnant on.. ... (9 replies)
... and make sure I wasn't doing anything wrong that would lead to the injection site reactions I am having. ... (2 replies)
... Betaseron is an Interferon, and its side effects of flu like symptoms are accompanied by the possiblity of site reactions. This means red marks where you inject, soar spots, etc.. ... (17 replies)
... luckily I tolerated it pretty well major problem was injection site redness. ... (5 replies)
... a nurse comes out to teach you injection techniques. ... (5 replies)
... differently. If she is looking into Rebif, she should also look into Betaseron. They are very similar and stand head to head in alot of research. I just started Betaseron a few weeks ago. All I can tell you is they have an excellent team of nurses who are always on call and come out to get your situated at the start of injections. ... (12 replies)
... drugs. You can research that on your own. Of Betaseron, Rebif, Avonex and Copaxone, youll find that Rebif is the most aggressive and has the highest statistics. Betaseron is the oldest, but Avonex is only slightly younger. ... (22 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)
... also an interferon, its slightly different. Patients who started on Betaseron ususally stay on it, until such a time when it is no longer strong enough to be working for them... ... (7 replies)
... and they ONLY happen on injection nights...in between, you feel fine. Also, they wont start immediately. ... (20 replies)
... Rebif, like Betaseron and Avonex, are Interferons. ... (17 replies)
... She has not been on Betaseron because her doctor said she would probably have the depression problems with it, too. ... (5 replies)


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