A Call for Ubrelvy & Nurtec Side Effects and Experiences

The monthly injectable CGRP options that are designed to prevent migraine (Aimovig, Ajovy, and Emgality) have been on the scene for a while now. The abortive oral versions of the CGRPs (Ubrelvy and Nurtec) which are designed to be taken at the first sign of an attack were more recently introduced. In this video, Holly describes her experience with those medications.

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