Hi hope you are all well and enjoying the slightly cooler weather?
I have been doing my Rebif injections for two weeks now and i always have a little droplet of the rebif on my skin after the injection is completed. My nurse noticed this the first time and said pesevere with it and if it doesn’t improve we can ajust the settings of the rebismart. Spoke to her yesterday and she told me to increase the injection time from 10 to 11 seconds, try it for a week and if still dripping then go up to 12 seconds.
How does that work then?..I’m a bit confused!.. I did as she said and last night injection was the same as the others, a tiny droplet of liquid on the injection site. I would have thought that changing the needle depth would have been more useful?
Anyone got any ideas?
Thanks, Laura x