Yesterday I finally had my first injection of Zinbryta. It took months to get it approved and sent to me but it finally happened. So that was a little relieving. But then I was nervous it was going to make me feel like crap much like Rebif did. After talking to a lot of people in support groups on Facebook my worries were put at ease a bit. It seemed like the most common issue was dry skin or an injection site reaction. Well, I injected around 8am yesterday and over 24 hours later no problems at all. No dry skin, no injection site reaction, nothing. So I am happy it went so smoothly.
Wow. Almost March and this is my first post of 2017. I wish I had a good excuse for why I went M.I.A. for so long but I don’t feel like I do… I mean, life has been crazy; my family and I just moved (only further down the freeway) and as if my health was already not bad enough the move made everything worse. I pushed myself way too hard in an already stressful period of time and then I spent a long time just trying to recover as well as dealing with (possibly) some new health problems. So much has happened that I should have been writing about but I have just not felt so great which means I really did not want to do much of anything but rest. But I finally am starting to feel a lot better and I have pretty much settled into this new place and my new routine so now I am trying to catch up in life and work my way forward. And oh yeah, in January I started working with iConquerMS which I will explain in a minute.
(I finally pulled my camera out and took a decent picture)