I've been on Copaxone since March 2008 and had the reaction a few months after I started and then later on that week had another one. I never had to quit, as the reaction lasted less than 15 minutes and I had no other problems since then. I hope you're not having a severe reaction--you may have to quit and call your neuro's office to ask what to do. Be well, Deb
I still can't hear. They said I could get a hearing aide but I am not ready to do that as of yet. They said I could come back there in a few months and they will re-test my hearing and fit me for one then. I go to the doctor on Tuesday to get authorization to see a nuero. I don't even know if they will do that. We will see. When you are dealing with the military things are a little difficult. How are you doing. Thank you for the encouragement.
Thanks for the welcome and heads up about the calcium/vitamin D. I've been taking some calcium with vitamin D and K in it. My PCP called in a supplement that has 50,000 units of vitamin D that I'm to take once a week for two months. I guess I'll start there and see what happens. I sure hate making even one addition to my arsenal of pills. I hope the magic one shows up soon.
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