lots of sitting 🙂
for your first infusion you might have to do some form filling… then temperature, blood pressure readings, signing a consent form…and that’s the interesting bit.
Some blood may be taken to check you for jcv (the marker that indicates risk of pml), then the infusion will involve a canula and then an hour of being hooked up to a drip.
Once that’s done the tysabri drip will be replaced with a flush, which will mean another hour of sitting 🙂
I’ve heard people report itching around the injection site, and groggyness, but i’f not experienced that (i must be at around the 14 year mark on tysabri now).
best of luck – should all be plain sailing 🙂