I wanted to welcome you to the MS Community. Your husband is lucky to have someone wanting to find out information for him. I don't have the direct answers to your question, perhaps some of our very well informed members will, or the doctors will stop by and see it. What I do have is WebMD's information on the medication Betaseron , that might help you a bit.
I just wanted to say I am sorry you are struggling so very much. You sound like a very strong woman. LadyT51, has already jumped in to help you. I am sure the others will as well. Please feel free to come here and vent anytime.
Welcome to the MS Community Ngshdnclvr, I hope that others jump in soon. I am going to send your post up to one of our experts to see if either of them have an answer for you. However, hopefully before then one of our very good members will jump in. Congratulations on your new little one!
It's international friendship week. I thought it would be a good time to discuss, online friendships and how they have helped you deal with MS, through out the time you've been frequented online communities.
Do you think online friendships are good, or do you think they hinder us?View Thread
Will you be wearing red on February 4 to draw attention to everyone needing to take care of their heart health?
Do YOU take care of your heart health? The good news is that you can prevent or reduce your risk of developing many problems associated with heart disease by getting an evaluation and accurate diagnosis, and starting treatment early when it's most effective.
The American Heart Association urges us to Wear Red Day on Friday, February 4th, to promote heart disease awareness and to honor those women who have heart disease, those who have passed, and those yet to be diagnosed.
Please join us with your support on this day! We would love to hear who you are wearing red for at"I'm Wearing Red for...." Feel free to leave comments, stories, personal insight, etc.View Thread
We've gathered your questions about health care reform both before and after the president's address and will present those questions to Secretary of Health and Human Services, Kathleen Sebelius, in a roundtable panel on Thursday, Jan. 27, at 4:30 p.m. ET. We invite you to join us in the live event on Thursday to see how they were addressed.
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