Well, after my neurologist saying he didn’t reccommend any DMD’s, my clinic letter says I’m eligable for Copaxone. I’ve got an appointment with the MS nurse on the 25th May. I’ve read lots on line and the MS decisions website and I think I would like to take this. If there is even a small chance of Copaxone preventing things getting worse, then I think this is a chance worth taking.
But, does this come in an auto-injector or something similar? I’m not sure I will be able to stick needles into myself. I think I could cope with an auto-injector. If not, my husband said he’ll do it and I work in a GP’s surgery so plenty of help there! Also, how to people manage when they’re on holiday? We’re flying to Costa del Sol in October with BA. ( I cancelled our Disneyland Paris trip, we decided it would be too tiring). We’ve rented an apartment so we’ll be ok for a fridge. Do I have to tell the airline I’ve got needles, I’m guessing I do as I’m sure I’ve done letters for patients before.