hello everyone! it's been awhile but i'm trying to visit the site more often. my daughter is`4 months now and i decided to start copaxone therapy. I'm trying to accept that my new level of disability is probably permenant and I've started zoloft to stave off depression. I'm still breastfeeding but I'll probably stop and try to convince my dr. that i want to be very aggressive with my treatment. I did try naltrexone briefly and it did make me feel better but i i'm not sure if i want to try and convince my dr. to give me another script for it.We'll see. I hope everyone is doing well.
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