And let me know they have my ocrevus.
Grand. Can I get it shipped to the hospital of my choice post haste?
No, they had to verify my insurance information before they could release it.
I should hear back from them on Thursday, if not Friday.
O M G W T F B B Q ? ! ? ! ? ! ?
This stuff better be worth it. Without the JCV/PML risk.
I’m passed the three month washout mark already, and I’ve been feeling rather stricken with MS as of late. Just send me what I need!
Three months without Tysabri.
I miss it.
Today is the day that I could go on Ocrevus. If the process was complete. Which it isn’t.
I had to visit the vampires today. They’re checking to see if I have hepatitis. I sure as hell better not!
But I understand the reason for the hep check. For the new medication to which I am switching. And it’s always nice to be sure. Though I’m 99.9% sure I don’t have hepatitis.
Back to the subject. Went to get my blood checked. Took it, that was fantastic. Or as good as a blood draw can be. NCH Lake Zurich treatment center was the bomb, figuratively. In and out fairly quickly. Went after the morning rush, before the lunch rush. Like I said, “fantastic as can be.”
I had to, unfortunately, call the nuero’s office to let them know I had my labs done. OMFG. What a hassle it must be for these people to answer calls from patient’s of the doctors for who they work. Sass and attitude is all I got from the person who answered my call until I asked, “Wow, bad day, huh?”
If you can’t be a decent person on the phone, you don’t deserve to be answering that phone.
I really need an MS drug, soon. It has been too long without one. I’m only about a week away, if I’m not mistaken. I am really missing my Tysabri at this point, but I know where that path leads (on 8 week dosing) and am hoping for Ocrevus to step in and fill that gap! Hopefully next week or the week after. ASAP though!