620048 tn?1358018235

bruises have disappeared...

I have something that is really bothering me. You know that I am finally off Copaxone and I was on it for four yrs., my first and only MS drug. I am not sure when my bruises started but they were not really on my injection sites. I was told that they were from blood thinners or aspirin.

Well, since I have quit the copaxone, I have noticed that I only have one bruise left, its on my bad leg, but thats it. Now mind you I had bruises that would have been questionable had I taken my clothes off. I even had them on the bottom of my feet.

Any ideas?

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1983221 tn?1333506185
That's interesting, I spoke to my Dr. about bruises a while ago.  I also take Copaxone, I am switching to Gilenya so I will watch and see if my bruises go away when I stop taking Copaxone.
620048 tn?1358018235
Do you use blood thinners at all?  I did find a couple bruises, left overs probably...
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