Switching to Aubgio, has anyone noticed a benefit from taking it in the morning or b4 bedtime? I always took my Rebif at bedtime. Thanks ;)
@A MyMSTeam Member, I've been taking Aubaigo since July 2013. When I began taking my MS treatment, I began with Avonex and theb Betaseron , but my neurologist didn't found either of these treatments were very effective.
As a result of administering Aubaigo, my neurologist reported white matter found on my brain had lessened, active lesions became inactive, and I didn't experience many aches and pains. Although, I have my days ,but I regret administering this treatment so late, because if I had taken it sooner I probably wouldn't have scaring on my spine. 😒. All is well, because soon we'll all be HEALED!!!
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I have been using Aubagio for about 14 months. I find I do better taking it at bedtime. Mostly because I remember better then. I have been lucky and have had no side effects with it.
I often ask myself Why do I take a Drug with all the side effects ??I'm just not sure I what more problems,No real help or support so I use music to Zone out my PAIN"S.
I took it in the morning, I found eating first helpful.
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