Ok so just had my MRI on Monday. 2 years after lemtrada – 1st round. I haven’t had any relapses! Wahoo! But my mobility hasn’t really improved. Am I relying on the drugs too much? Should I be doing more on top of running a home single handedly and working full time? Should I find the hour…
Tysabri (natalizumab) is a disease modifying treatment (DMT) for highly active relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis. Tysabri is given as an intravenous infusion (drip), usually once every four weeks and trials have shown that it reduces the number of relapses experienced by around 70%.
Find out how other MSers have managed their condition using Tysabri MS treatment and ask any questions you might have.
266 conversations about Tysabri
Starting tysabri on Monday, heard amazing things! Fingers crossed it’s true 😭🖤 stories appreciated!
Hi all I had my second Tysabri infusion yesterday, and this morning I started with a numb sensation in my left thumb, then my fingers on both sides going up my arm and now my face is numb. Is this normal? Should I be concerned? Is this a symptom of PML? Very scared!
Hi all. I had my first Tysabri infusion two weeks ago. The night after my infusion every muscle in my body ached and my chest was very tight. And since then I have had the worst back and neck ache. I am a little worried as we all know the risks involved taking Tysabri so I was wondering if anyone e…
Hi, please have someone to use the drug Tysabri, how long benefits and whether it helped you, what is your experience
Hi slightly off topic as this is regarding Tysabril for the use of chrohns. My son has yet to find a treatment that works to get his crohns into remission and has now been offered this drug. At present he is worried about starting it because of side effects. He has tried all other biologics and …