have been taking it for a little over a week and began to notice the difference within 3 days. my family was totally amazed at the difference with my walking and the decrease in difficulty i had been having with my right leg. i am loving it, it has even boosted my spirits because i can walk better. i also do wii-fit yoga and balance games, that is helping also. good luck to u both.View Thread
was previusly on rebif but no longer am. i couldn't give myself the injection due to how painful it was, and had to have my husband do it so i could hold it there for the 10 seconds. not sure y u can't do it, if its due to pain or just a mental aspect. i know my husband didn't mind doing it for me while i was on it, it gave him a little insight on what i go thru and he was happy to do it. u can always call ms lifeline for some tips, unfortunately i no longer have their number but im sure u can find it on line.View Thread
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