I've been taking the Advil Liqui-Gels 1/2 hour before my injection. But I thwhatwaht may have happened Wednesday, is I didn't drink enough water throughout the day, and I was out in the heat all afternoon.
I noticed this year, my MS doesn't handlweatherweater, at all!
I will start taking the vitamins, too.
I'm not sure the dicompletelycompletley from the Rebif either. I've been having problems for quite some time-compared to 5 years of constipation.
I have an appointment with my G.I. Doc July 31st, and I guess I will have to stay on a very easy to digest diet until I see him.
Thanks-I'm dreading tonights shot, but I have been preparing for it. Drinking Pedialyte and water, etc.
Lol!I'm the same with spell check. I was just dx w ms last yr in may. I have been doing so well despite how bad he migraines got. My neuro also prescribed me a migrain pill called ... Hold on I just forgot... Umm... Imatrex I believe. :) the only thing about the headaches was that they were waking me up in the middle of the night. Because I take my shot right before I go to bed. It was weird. I
It seemed like if the shot burned while going in, I would get the migraine. And if it doesn't burn than I won't have any flue like symptoms.
But wow the other night, I had what felt like the highest fever ever! I was on fire. Drenched in sweat. I have never sweat in my life like I did that night. I was on my room half asleep.with air conditioner on and my ceiling fan on high.
I was diagnosed several years ago but due to financial and my now ex husbands issues I have only been taking auto inject rebuff for about 2 months I AM ALWAYS THIRSTY and it does not matter how little caffeine or how much water I drink which is usually about 1-1.5 gallons. Will this subside or does anyone have advice THANK YOU in advance :-)
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