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How Many Treatments Have You Been On So Far For Your MS?

How Many Treatments Have You Been On So Far For Your MS?

I’ve been on 2!

posted January 31
A MyMSTeam Member

3 , interferon, copaxone and now gilenya, current one the best so far cause its a pill not a needle.

posted February 4
A MyMSTeam Member

Ok here's my list....
At 1st diagnosis used and gave myself Avonex shots -
Those flu-like symptoms were really bad
Then because of that ... when approved used Gilenya pills
Was in study -liked them best... wORKED great for me but then stopped
worse thing was the heart pain kinda tlike hheartburn then tried the steroids but that caused hallucinations . then did Tysabri - those were ocaused digestive ssystem go wacky bad bowel
movements and still no stops for continuesd MS development

OCREV US TREATMENT NOT

posted February 3
A MyMSTeam Member

I'm on my third. Rebif, Ocrevus, and now Tysabri. Starting to think about HSCT.

posted February 3
A MyMSTeam Member

I’ve been on two as well!

posted February 2
A MyMSTeam Member

I’ve been on two. The first 18 months, the 2nd has been 2 years

posted February 1

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