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BETASERON® (interferon beta-1b) is a prescription medicine used to treat relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis (MS), to include clinically isolated syndrome, relapsing-remitting disease, and active secondary progressive disease, in adults.
You may be started on a lower dose when you first start taking BETASERON. Your healthcare provider will tell you what dose of BETASERON to use.
If a dose of BETASERON is missed, then it should be taken as soon as you remember or are able to take it. You should not take BETASERON on two consecutive days. The next injection should be taken about 48 hours (two days) after that dose. If you accidentally take more than your prescribed dose or take it on two consecutive days, you should call your healthcare provider immediately.
Your doctor will tell you what dose of BETASERON to use when you begin and provide you with a schedule for increasing your dosage. This process is called titration. Titration means increasing the dosage over time so your body can adjust.
For titration schedules, refer to your Injection Training Guide, or ask your healthcare provider.
Do not change your dose without talking with your doctor.
Talk with your doctor, nurse, or BETA Nurse if you have any side effects.
For detailed information on BETASERON, please see the Injection Training Guide that comes in your BETASERON Training Kit.
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