Not really as concerned as I am unaware. I've been injecting Rebif since my diagnosis and have no major problems with it.
I was mainly just wondering how everyone handled their situation. It seemed like my Dr wanted to see me once a month but had nothing much to say when I was there. I got a little irritated and tired of wasting my time in the doctors office on my day off. Needless to say I haven't seen her in 6 months.
You did answer my question though Uppity... I haven't had an MRI to judge my progression, but I really don't care to know at this point. I will get the MRI first quarter of 2007 just to be able to judge if the meds are helping.
Thanks for the advice...
Chin up everybody!!!
Seems that you have come to peace with the whole situation; I definitely think that's an admirable thing. A lot of people in this forum feel they can turn to you for knowledge although "you are not a doctor and don't pretend to be one here." Again thats an admirable thing.
I suppose the reason I ask so many questions is that I want to feel that I'm taking care of myself. I know much is inevitable but I have hope that I will be able to walk for the rest of my life, especially since I was diagnosed early and started meds early. It seems that it must be difficult to be confined to a wheelchair and for you I'm sorry for that.
Thanks for doing what you do here and for your advice!!!