I've never been on Rebif, but I was one of the "lucky" 4% who got migraines from Copaxone. Are you suffering any other issues such as allergies or hayfever? I'm not sure if Rebif has a nurses hotline, but it might be worth a call to them or your Dr. to see if it's a possible reaction.
Sorry it's taken me so long to reply. I have to wear sunglasses to look at my Laptop monitor.
I was actually allergic to Copaxone.
Yes, Rebif has nurses, on-call, but I called my MS Specialist's office a few days ago, and my Specialist wants me to take Advil, and the 300 mg. of UltramER that I hae been on for years, and see if the headaches ease off.
Said to call back on Monday, if I am not feeling better.
No, I don't have hayfever of other allergies. The headache seems to respond better to Advil Liqui Gels for migraine, than to a sinus decongestant.
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