Beans617

353d

I'm about to switch from Tecfidera to Ocrevus 🙌🏼 hopeful that it will get my aggressive MS under control because unfortunately Tecfidera isn't doin it for me. Does anyone have experience with Ocrevus? How were the infusions?

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    • maria.cristina

      294d

      Hey! I have used ocrevus for over 3 years now. It has been great tbh, I havent had any secondary effect during infusions at all. I needed some extra infusions of rituximab after the 2 year process but that has been all I needed. I can say with confidence now that I'm in remmission

    • Sandra1

      348d

      Hi, I have been taking Ocrevus for almost a year now, and I feel there is a good improvement. The drug is a little different in its mechanism of action from Tecfidera. I guess the neurologist who gave it to you knows what he's doing. It's worth starting it and seeing how it helps you, I guess everyone's reaction to the drug is different so it's worth a try.

      • KDaw

        340d

        @Sandra1 I have taking 3 treatments of Ocrevus. I feel my flare ups are some better. The infusions do take a little while to recover from

    • Joliz

      341d

      I’ve been on Ocrevus 1 year and my symptoms are steady-no progression. I have PPMS. I use a cane for walking outdoors. I have used an MS specialist for a year and am much impressed with the care I receive rather than the previous general neurologist. I’m fortunate that I live in a major urban area.

    • Demolition

      340d

      I have been on ocrevus for 2 years. Best medicine so far@

    • Kmiracle

      338d

      I have had 3 treatments of Ocrevus and it is really helping my MS symptoms stay at base level. Only thing I don't like is the recovery period but once that's over, I'm good to go!!!

    • DTH

      319d

      Kesimpta is the same active ingredient but you do a shot once a month at home... kinda pricey though

    • maria.cristina

      294d

      Hey! I have used ocrevus for over 3 years now. It has been great tbh, I havent had any secondary effect during infusions at all. I needed some extra infusions of rituximab after the 2 year process but that has been all I needed. I can say with confidence now that I'm in remmission

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