I have been on copaxone for 4 months, and I haven't had one of my regular migraines now for a good month and a half, possibly closer to 2 months. My question is.....is copaxone the reason? I know copaxone can slow down progression in some, or there can be less attacks, or the attacks can be more mild. I am wondering if all of my migraines for the last 13 years were MS attacks? Cause for me not to have suffered from a migraine for so long it unheard of normally. It seems to good to be true, maybe it is just wishful thinking, but I know my body, so for me not to have had a migraine in so long, is like a miracle to me!
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