My husband has ms when we first met 7 yrs ago he let me know he had ms. He was not taking anything for it. We found his 1 yrs old precription and got it filled it was for Avonex he found hisself in too much pain taking the shots so he pronounced hisself cured and stopped taking medication all together. That was 4 yrs ago now. I AM DESPRITE to get my husband help. Sometimes his self esteem gets so low and he falls into depressions. Is there ANYTHING that I can do or a medication that someone out there may know about without too many side effects. My husband is still a police officer who works all the time so it can't be anything that keeps him doped up. Also I REALLY need my husband back on his meds is there a medication that anyone knows of without painfull side effects. I tried to let my husband see that taking ms medication wasn't so bad by having a friend who has ms stay with us for two weeks and it blew up in my face. She stayed hevenly medicated just about the entire time. And when she wasn't sleep she was really high. I know now that was the worst thing i could have done. I love my husband though and I don't want him to wake up and not be able to get out of bed me feeling more hurt than anything bacause I didn't try all of my options if anyone knows anyway to help me please reply and please pray for my family we recently welcomed a new son into the world hes now 8 wks old I want his father to be able to play ball with him when he gets older but im worried that won't happen if I don't get him some help soon
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