Hi. It looks like my experience with TNF blockers and migraines is different from some other's.
I started using Enbrel about 9 months ago for severe psoriasis. 50mg, twice a week. I also had severe migraines, at least once a week. Only thing that got rid of them was a drug cocktail that knocked me out for 8-12 hours and left me groggy for another 24. Had the migraines for 10 -12 years, been through the whole battery of neuro and physio tests, nothing showed up. I keep a migraine tracker as well. At the start of using Enbrel, I would get headaches and nausea, and these side effects lasted for 2-3 months. Typical I suppose. Couple months later, I noticed that I was not getting migraines! In the last 6 months, I have gotten only three, and 2 of the three I didn't need medication for. (The third put me in the ER.)
Now, I have noticed spots of my psoriasis growing again in the last 2 weeks, and I have gotten 3 migraines, bad enough that I had to take my drug cocktail.
So...my question: Are there others out there where Enbrel/TNF blockers actually HELPED or diminished their migraines?
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