Hello, 10 year chronic migraine sufferer lucky enough to try Qulipta with Medicare and help from family. Cautiously optimistic as Aimovig, Nurtec and Ubrelvy did not do anything to help and Aimovig made me worse for a while. I was reluctant to try Qulipta because of the cost. I don't see how I could afford it monthly..but I thought what are the chances it will work? Well it kind of does! I'm on 10 mg that left me very tired for 10 days or so and my anxiety is a little worse. Other than that the digestive issues are normal chronic migraine life for me. I have fewer migraine days and they are less painful. The cognitive symptoms remain but overall I can get out of the house a little more and for the first time ever I can live with 9 Maxalt a month without cutting them in half, begging for more, filling a few days early, etc. The only thing is, ~70% of the time it does not work. At all. Nor does my rescue pain med. So weird! So when I get a migraine it has me down for 3 or 4 days or whenever it is done with me. I'm a little nervous because this happened with Aimovig as well. It took 3 to 4 months to get my triptan to work again. I know Qulipta is different because it is not a biologic and leaves the system much quicker but does anyone else have a problem with their triptan or pain meds not working on Qulipta? It's time to go to up to 20 mgs and I have to decide how far I want to travel this road all things considered. Thanks in advance!