im on rebif im just interested what medications everyone else is on

Australia
March 11, 2007 12:40am CST
i would like to find out what medications others are on that suffer from MS. i am on rebif and have been for about 3 years and i have been pritty. also what kid of side effects do you get from your medications. thanks
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@mugzy528 (801)
• United States
13 Apr 07
I was diagnosed 06/09/06 with MS and have been on rebif for about 6 months now and the only side effect i am having is the flu like symtoms stuffy nose and things like that also am taking oxycontin for the pain i have ...Had 17 knee surgerys so i am in a lot of pain and the MS is not helping me at all.
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• United States
20 Apr 07
I've been on Avonex for the year and a half since I was diagnosed...some crappy side effects at first...flu symptoms and migraines, but they went away after a couple months and now I don't really ahve any problems. And, no relapses so far...
@Shaun72 (15968)
• Palatka, Florida
17 Apr 07
I am on the same thing. I get migranes but I have tried copaxone before also and I had alot of problems taking that. I am ok with rebif I started taking it in 2003.
@loopyloo (17)
• Australia
11 Apr 07
i also take rebif, and have done so for past 3 years. before that i took betaferon, which was a lot less painful. been quite good on rebif though so will continue. stll find that i suffer from 'flu-like' symptoms if i dont take paracetamol or brufen on those nights, though this probably has something to do with the fact i am a night RN; if i was going to go to bed after the injection i may sleep through the symptoms.
@sherrir101 (3670)
• United States
10 Apr 07
I was dx'd 9 1/2 years ago. I was on Avonex for 5 1/2 years. I had all the classic side effects. Flu like sypmtoms, fatigue and site injection pain, redness and swelling. The one sypmtom I had and was not aware was a side effect was a depression factor. I have switched to Copaxone and have been using that MS therapy for 4 years. I am happy to say I have been relape and side effect free since. I am so lucky I was talked into changing. I am aware that this does not work for everyone. I am so glad it does for me.
• United States
22 Mar 07
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