I know that feeling . I knew I had had one relapse this year but was convinced (probably in denial if I’m honest) that my left leg was playing up due to overcompensating for the right one.
When my neuro told me it was two relapses just three months apart and this meant that Rebif wasn’t working for me any more, I was quite down-hearted for several hours afterwards. I don’t know why it had such an impact on me but I did calm down when it sank in.
He offered me the choice of Copaxone (presumably as it’s not an interferon), fingolimod (Gilenya) or the option of talking to the Campath trial team. He did say if it was him he would opt for fingolimod and I was already thinking the same, so that made my decision easy.
Now I’ve just got to pass the tests to get on it!! My ECG wasn’t entirely normal so I have to have an ultrasound on my heart next week before the cardiologist will make his final decision.
You’ll probably be on a new med before me and I made my choice in August Good luck whatever you decide. The frustrating part is the waiting.