Multiple Sclerosis Medication Rant – HELP!

Author Steve Boseley - Half a Loaf of Fiction

Disability Multiple Sclerosis

Been a tough month. Pain levels have been high. Higher than normal, I think. Not sure why, but like last time, my skin has been super-sensitive, making tasksmuch harder!

But what I really want to talk about today, is the problems I am having with delivery of my medication.

Each month I take a delivery of Rebiff, a beta-interferon that reduces the number of relapses I have. Every three months, I take a delivery of Fampyra, which is my main med, which allows my to have some function – enough to transfer from a wheelchair to an office chair or my car, nothing major, but it enables me to go to work.

I’ve taken these for many years without any problems. The way it works, is that the hospital raise a prescription each month for the meds (which can only be dispensed by the hospital) which is then sent to…

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