Experiences with Copaxone

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Copaxone
Glatiramer
ATC Code: L03AX13, Generic Drug: No, Manufacturer: Not specified.
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Copaxone
Glatiramer
ATC Code: L03AX13, Generic Drug: No, Manufacturer: Not specified.

Level of
Satisfaction

Level of Satisfaction 58%

What patients say...

Effectiveness 79%
Quantity of side effects 37%
Severity of side effects 50%
Ease of use 66%

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Copaxone

6/30/2018 | | 49moderated by Henry
Glatiramer (40mg/ml) for multiple sclerosis (MS)

since ive begun using copaxone i haven't had problems with my MS. Despite having two cases of necrosis while using the drug, i am continuing to sue it because it works so well.
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Copaxone

6/27/2018 | | 46moderated by Charlotte
Glatiramer (40mg/ml) for multiple sclerosis (MS)

I spray myself three times a week, takes a while to get used to, but ive been using it for two years now and have no complaints. Severity of the spot in question has definitely not gotten worse. My only complaints are the few side effects, such as, itch, red spots, and spray spots, this usually goes away after three days though.
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Copaxone

9/13/2016 | | 49moderated by Philip
Glatiramer (40mg/ml) for multiple sclerosis (MS)

Diagnosed in March 2010 and started this on January 2011. Find it fine, a lot less difficulty with fatigue, physical limitations have virtually disappeared and if not are at least stable. No further relapses. Have got my life back to quite a considerable extent.
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Copaxone

9/7/2016 | | 29moderated by Susan
Glatiramer (20mg/ml) for multiple sclerosis (MS)

I have been taking 20 mg copaxone a day since Jan 2016. I inject it by hand because I find the needles a bit clumsy. Since I started taking it, I've put on 10 kg and I'm retaining water. That's why I am switching to another medicine. Had 1 relapse since. The itch/pain after injecting gets more bearable the longer you're injecting for.
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Copaxone

5/6/2016 | | 54moderated by Henry
Glatiramer (20mg/ml) for multiple sclerosis (MS)

Injected copaxone for a year despite the severe effects. I went bald in places on my head after about 6 months. I found the injections very painful. It was really not easy to use because of the need to always inject into a different area according to a special schedule which I found difficult to maintain and the fact that I'm also a diabetic so I need to inject myself 4x a day made the whole th...
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Copaxone

2/19/2016 | | 46moderated by Charlotte
Glatiramer (40 mg/ml) for multiple sclerosis (MS)

This keeps my MS under control and everything is good for me. Not one single attack since I've been taking this. For me, injecting is just like cleaning my teeth, part of life and not a problem.
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