Copaxone injections in stomach
Ok, I've had MS for 27 years. After having to stop inteferons, and a number of years with no disease modifying meds, i find myself "new" to copaxone. I have a mental fear of injecting into the stomach area. Do you inject into your stomach? How do you find it. If you had an apprehension about it, how did you get over it? Any advice is appreciated!
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