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... uess we'll see about the side effects... One other thing I was wondering is if you still take the meds for nerve pain and muscle spasms while on a treatment like Rebif or Avonex? ... (14 replies)
... to the Betaseron and so it was no longer working. I now can't take Betaseron, Rebif or Avonex since they feel my body would probably do the same for all three since they are so similar and I built up the antibodies so quickly. ... (8 replies)
... I need to bring up the dosage thing with my neuro. I would prefer to take the Rebif or Avonex because I think they have the better results. I was just so very sick from the Avonex. ... (6 replies)

Rebif VS. Copaxone
Jul 10, 2012
... of people DO NOT get flu like symtoms with Rebif or Avonex or Betaseron. ... (17 replies)
... most pharmacists do not really know what affects MS or doesnt. My pharmacist isnt even aware of what Rebif or Avonex does..I get it mail ordered! I have found that talking toy our nurse at your MS center is the best source of information for supplements, or call a nutritionist. ... (5 replies)
Rebif or Betaseron
Jul 29, 2005
... yrs. then switched to Copaxone now the doctor wants to put him on a higher dose but we have to pick which one he wants Rebif or Betaseron? ... (3 replies)
... both interferons. Avonex is given once a week into the muscle, while Rebif is given 3 times a week, subcutaneously. ... (5 replies)
... Hi there. I did not do Avonex, but did Rebif for 6 years and am actually considering starting it again. Rebif and Avonex are the exact same drug, administered differently. ... (4 replies)
... HI there! Interesting thread. First of all, you are aware that Rebif and Avonex are the identical drug, arent you? ... (5 replies)
... Rebif and Avonex are the exact same drug. Avonex came out first....it was given as a intramuscular injection, once a week. ... (14 replies)
Rebif question
Jun 17, 2008
... There is alot of truth to this, but one thing should be pointed out. Rebif and Avonex are exactly the same drug..identical in every way except that Rebif is given more often and is given subcutaneously, vs. intramuscular... ... (5 replies)
... in the 6 years I was on Rebif. All it took was a letter from my doctor, and they kept me on Rebif. Its a form letter, and the person sending it, has no idea what Rebif is, or what it is for...dont sweat it, call your doctor and talk to the nurse about it, they are used to writing those letters. Youl get your Rebif. ... (4 replies)
... like symtoms in the beginning, but they went away completely. Now, the most I get is a nickle sized red mark which lasts a day or two MAX. Nothing else. Rebif and Avonex are the same interferon... ... (11 replies)
Rebif question
Jun 17, 2008
... on Rebif or not! ... (5 replies)
... t it having to do with where you are getting new lesions has nothing to do with it. Some people cannot tolerate the interferons for whatever reason, liver issues or just unable to handle them. Some people, like myself are deathly allergic to Copaxone! I had two shots and almost died from severe breathing issues from them.. ... (5 replies)
2 years on avonex
Sep 13, 2007
... I guess you already know that Rebif and Avonex are the identical drug...but did you know that Rebif is given 3 times a week as opposed to once a week with Avonex? ... (9 replies)
... I just wanted to point out to you that it is very possible to take Avonex or Rebif until you decide its time to try to get pregnant...and, if you are having this much problems wit Copaxone, you should probably stop it. ... (9 replies)
... Youve been in this game long enough to know that first of all, there is NO WAY they can determine that you are secondary or any other level of progressive without having done an MRI... ... (6 replies)
Rebif or Betaseron
Jul 29, 2005
... I was on Avonex for three years but switched to Rebif eight months ago. From what I understand, Rebif is very effective but it does have those nasty side effects. For the first six weeks I felt awful. Lots of muscle aches and sweating and chills all the time. ... (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. I'm so happy i spent the last 6 months on a drug that takes 6 months to build up in your system, only to find out i will likely have to switch. Great. ... (4 replies)




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