I have suffered with migraines for 13 years now, and they are so not fun!! I have had them so bad, I would vomit profusely at times during the real bad ones. I have good news though....I really believe that the Copaxone has caused a decrease in the migraines! I have only had one in about 2 months or maybe even longer than that! I used to get them 2-3 times per month, sometimes I would skip a month, so there was no ryme or reason ever. I talked to a shared solutions nurse the other day, and she told me that it is entirely possible that the copaxone is the reason they have gotten better! She said it wouldn't be the first time she has heard that good news about copaxone decreasing migraine discomfort. So I guess if this is true....then I have had MS for way longer than I once thought! The migraines started a few months or so after the birth of my first child, anyone else have something similiar happen with any of the CRAB drugs, I would love to hear about it =)
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