Well, my Copaxone nurse came Monday to teach me to do my shots, she was very cool. She had me do it in my arm, so the next 4 went hip, stomach, and leg tonight. I gotta say, it really isnt as bad as it seems. I use the autoject,. cant even feel the needle going in. It burns afterward, worst body part is definitely the thigh, but as soon as I inject I sit with an icepack for about 15 minutes and it is totally fine, no bruising, a little lumpy but it mixes well with the cellulite!! Shared Solutions calledto check on me a d said to massage the spot 24 hours later and the lumpiness should go away. Anyway, I wanted to say thanks to everybody who helped me through this. I hope I can be that strong for someone else some day. Actually, I have two people who I know who have friends who were recently diagnosed and they want to know if they can give them my # so they can call me! Yeah ME, why because I am such a pillar of strength! YAH RIGHT. Probably because I have educated myself BIG TIME about MS, so when people have questions I can answer them. Anyway, thanks and I hope everybody has a great Easter. May God Bless everybody during this time and I hope everybody feels great this weekend and can enjoy time with their families.
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