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Multiple Sclerosis - I'm fixing to start Lemtrada. Can anyone tell me your experiences?

Posted 11 Sep 2016 by Bdawn166 0 answers

I was diagnosed in 92. Have been on beta seron, Copaxone, Aubagio and Tysabri. Starting Lemtrada Monday. I'm 50 yrs old. I'm really nervous about starting this. But I've been with nothing since June and I'm so going down :/. No energy and no desire for anything. I hate feeling ...

Teriflunomide - Aubagio and panic attacks?

Posted 10 Aug 2016 by Lisa Forsythia 0 answers

I have been on Aubagio for a year and am now having panic attacks. Is there a connection to Aubagio?

I started Aubagio about 1 month ago . Since I started I feel like my heart beating out of my chest?

Posted 19 Oct 2015 by Pacaro 0 answers

... and I can't walk to far because my legs will let go is that normal?

When best to take Aubagio, morning or night?

Posted 3 Sep 2015 by mosis 1 answer

Does levaquin interact with aubagio in a bad way?

Posted 9 Jul 2014 by apablo 1 answer

I am taking levaquin for a bladder infection but I'm also taking aubagio for ms - is this a problem

I've been on Aubagio just over one month and loss my sense of TASTE 5 days ago! I do not have a?

Posted 1 Feb 2014 by Colleen B 1 answer

... cold or sinus infection or the flu. Has anyone else experienced this? It's terrible!

Has anyone that has taken Aubagio for approx. 1 month felt really great ... yet flu and cold been?

Posted 28 Jan 2013 by suz560 2 answers

Been taking for approx 1 month and feel wonderful... but flu and cold with me for 3 weeks? Anyone else experience feeling so great yet sick with flu??

How has Aubagio affected you?

Posted 24 Feb 2013 by traceysco78 1 answer

I'm about to start Aubagio after being on Rebif, Tysabri, and Copaxone. None of them worked and I was allergic to them as well

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