I’ve been taking Aubagio for 2 months now after being on Tecfidera for a just over a year - which I had to stop due to dangerously low blood levels!
As your probably aware all medications carry the possibility of potential side effects, but not everyone gets them. One thing I’ve noticed is that people are quick to report their issues, but less likely to comment if they are doing fine as they don’t need the support so therefore don’t use the sites, leading to less good reports/comments on the medications, so here goes…
Mine is a positive comment - I take my tablet just before I go to bed and aim to drink around 2 litres of water a day! For the 1st couple of days I had a few stomach cramps, but they weren’t too bad and I just took a couple of parecetamol to get me through the early days and since then it’s been a breeze. Last week I had a bit of a dodgy tummy, but I had just come back from holiday and my husband had something similar too so it could have just been a virus or something we ate and nothing to do with Aubagio, who knows? And that, I’m afraid, tis the extent of my knowledge but hopefully I have been able to put a positive spin on the side effects for you.
If you are one of the unlucky ones and suffer any of the side effects you can choose to stop and perhaps you can leave the wash out until you are back from your honeymoon? You’ll need to check with your MS nurse about that though.
I’d say go for it!