I’m still having these problems as well, and I think it’s about time for me to work up the courage to try manually injecting….ooooh I am a big wimp though.
Niki, that is really interesting about the point of resistance during manual injections. Does this happen with every shot, or only certain ones? It does sound like the syringes are the problem. At one point in the past I had some incomplete injections, and they went away once I got a new autoject. However, this time I have been using a new autoject, and also started on a new box of syringes several weeks ago, but neither of these things made any difference.
I usually only have a drop or two left during incomplete injections (every 1 in 4 injections sounds about right for me too), but every couple of weeks I also get one that has a lot left in the syringe (this happened last night again as a matter of fact). I have talked to Shared Solutions about this issue two times, but I haven’t reported that I’m having problems with this box.
Tomski, welcome to the forum! Have you ever looked to see how much Copaxone remains in your syringe when the red bar doesn’t come all the way down? Please keep us updated on how you do with your new autoject, and again, welcome. J