Last reply 1 week ago
About me…

Hello, my name is Pam…

I have had MS since 2001. I have taken so many different ms drugs, it’s crazy.

I have taken in order
Avonex, Copaxone, Tysabri, back on Copaxone due to Tysabri being pulled. Then Tysabri came back..back on. Was on Tysabri for over 10 years. Became JC + so neurologist took me off. Hated being taken off stayed stable while on Tysabri. On to Aubagio, got active lesion. Taken off on to Zinbryta for 3 months then pulled off market. Now Ocrevus.

I have gotten worse since being off Tysabri. See my neurologist next month. Going to discuss Tysabri.

Okay, on a more personal note I am married to my high school sweetheart. I have 2 adult children, just became a grandma 3 months ago. This little boy has changed my outlook on life. He’s going to keep me going. Love this little bug.

I know this is long but gives you some background on me. Thanks for reading.

Pam

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vixen
1 week ago

Hello @pammyjo, nice to meet you. Wow, you’ve taken a lot of DMDs! We are jubilant in the U.K. as Ocrevus was just approved on Thursday for folk with PPMS. There are lots of positive reviews I have read about Ocrevus so hopefully it will Work well for you. What about your general everyday health, how are you doing?


rogersouthall
1 week ago

pammyjo. lovely, family are important, the MS and drugs, well something will be sorted and have faith in your consultant.
http://www.wholesorts.com have a read, try from the beginning, there is a lot as it is monthly but I have had highs and lows, laughter and tears, but through it all I am here and still smiling, good luck x


mamawals
1 week ago

Welcome! And congratulations on becoming a grandma!


pammyjo
1 week ago

Vixen…I am actually not doing the greatest. But keeping my chin up…

Roger…I will check it out. Thx

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