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.
205 conversations about Tysabri
The fist neorologist was addimate about putting me on tysabri for a year despite testing at a […]
Another update, I have now had three infusions, I seem to have a wicked headache within twenty-four […]
Going on Month Two post-Lemtrada, round II. Been off of internet since 2015 because of medical and […]
Hello All, On Monday I have my first Tysabri infusion. I am absolutely terrified. I am JC+( […]
My family member is in her early 20’s and just diagnosed last year. Besides a case of […]