I was freaked out too about
the remi. It has really worked for me. Try not to worry. I go in for my appointment at 9:00 and they take my weight(You can also call your weight in in the morning, that is what I usually do). Then they put me in a room (it has a tv and everything) and then they ask a few questions, and they they hook your iv up(my place puts warm rags on your arms and a blood pressure cuff to help), they also take your blood pressure and temp, then they give me tylenol and my hyprocrotisone, and then they start the remi they come in every 15 min. to 30 minutes and take blood pressure and temp. I go home about
3:00 I take alittle longer because they run my drip slow. Most people are out in 2-3 hours. I eat lunch during my infusion and read. Most of the time my mom comes with and we talk the whole time. It really is nothing. It is a God send for me. I was horrible before the remi. I was told I will need surgery sometime and I'm hoping the remi works for along time. It took a couple infusions for it to completely work for me. So, I wouldn't give up to quickly. Good Luck. I know it is scarly but after your first infusion you will see it was nothing to worry about
. I feel your pain.