Ok, I know, the first question is "How did you manage to freeze your Copaxone?" Let's just say a few nerve endings were not meeting correctly yesterday, but now I have 5 frozen shots. I put them back in the fridge, but does anyone have an idea if they're going to still be good. I know, call the help line, but sometimes the wait on the phone is so long, I forget why I'm calling. Any and all comments, suggestions, and probably a few smart remarks (if I'm getting to know emmie) are welcomed.
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