I was on a migraine forum earlier today when I read about some exciting new migraine drugs that are coming out in 2018:
In particular, these medications stop the surge of CGRP in the systems of migraine sufferers. Here’s a description of what that is:
"CGRP is a small protein that acts as a neurotransmitter (a chemical messenger) that is found throughout the brain and body and is highly prevalent in the trigeminal system, the sensory nerves that supply the head and neck. "
For more on that, check out:
Has your doctor mentioned these drugs to you? I’d love to hear from other migraine sufferers who are curious about these drugs as well…