Hi Patience, I manipulate my injection by up to 48 hours, however this was given the go ahead by the Plegridy nurse after long discussion about all my other medications, blood tests, other appointments etc… and also with my M.S. specialist nurse. I am also looked after by a very good GP who monitors things closely. So it was agreed by all but only if everything ticks along nicely.
It has worked for me, there’s no way on this planet I would be able to be ‘normal’ if I had the injection then had to travel or do something useful! So I change the day according to what I need to do. I have delayed it twice, not because I wanted to do something, but because I had a raging temperature and was fighting something off. I figured I needed to know if it would amount to anything needing a Doctor or if it was just blip, I wanted to be clear if the temperature was because I was poorly not because of the Plegridy.
Definitely would discuss it with your GP if you are unsure or specialist nurse. You need to be confident that they support it.