Medrol Pack And Migraines

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Betsy Says:
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I am on a short course of medrol for a back issue, but I also suffer from chronic migraines. I know it is often also used to break a cycle of chronic migraines. On day 4 of medrol pack, and I've had severe migraine. Can this sometimes be a side effect. Instead of helping, causing migraine?



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Betsy Says:
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I am a migraine sufferer for 30 years. Working on MOH, and relieving chronic migraines. Also, trying to find a Headache specialist is near impossible short of going to a Headache clinic like Mayo.

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Verwon Says:

Yes, this medication can cause headaches/migraines as a side effect, according to FDA reports. You may also experience nausea, dizziness, nervousness, and acne.

Betsy, have you tried consulting a neurologist? They are usually the ones that treat such issues.

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