Kelly. Be your own advocate. I know that those levels seem high, but in the grand scheme of things, they are only slightly elevated- exactly what your doctor told you. If you can put it off for another month- that should be enough time for a difference to be found. You can do it. Just dont go until then!
Your rebif nurse was right. Same thing I thought when I read your post- that your doctor is being overly worried. Maybe they can intervene on your behalf and call the doctor. You can certainly ask for a nurse to do so- happens all the time. The customer service person you spoke to was totally right in her repsonses, however you can call the same number and ask to speak to the nurse oncall- and get even further.
Good luck to you...dont sweat it. If you dont want to change meds, change doctors....no one can force you to change anything, and quite honestly, until you have been on Rebif for 6 months (at full dosage) you wont even know if its working...youl need an MRI to determine if it is, and that shouldnt be done until youve been on the drug at least 8 months or more...so be tough! Fight for what YOU want. It is about what you decide to do ...