Aimovig (R) Revisited

Should You Take CGRPs like Aimovig (R)?

I originally wrote an article in July 2018. Since then, more has been learned about Aimovig(R)–and the other CGRP inhibitors that have since been released. I watch several FB groups for complaints and other pages as well. Most people only have complaints about them. Some of the adverse effects are serious.
At the original publication on this article only very few adverse reactions were noted–and only constipation was listed on the package. Now complaints number in the several dozens. Here are some:
1) complete body inflammation–now many doctors prescribe Aimoving(R) with Prednisone
2) Hypertension –now many doctor prescribe Aimovig(R) with beta blockers
3) hair loss
4) pneumonia
5) bronchitis
6) rashes all over
7) major GI distress
8) fibromyalgia
9) all kinds of nervous disorders
10) constipation that requires constant prescription laxatives or worse
11) nonstop chronic migraine
12) constant sinus infections
13) The worst part: since the half-life is 29 days, if you end up with an adverse reaction, in may last for 3 months and there is nothing anyone can do about it.
And the list goes on… so… think about it very carefully before you take this. Migraine is 100% preventable by a nutritional change and an increase is some minerals.
Contact me for more information about the alternate medicine free prevention or join me and thousands of other migraineurs here.

About Angela A Stanton, Ph.D.

Angela A Stanton, PhD, is a Neuroeconomist focusing on chronic pain--migraine in particular--physiology, electrolyte homeostasis, nutrition, and genetics. She lives in Southern California. Her current research is focused on migraine cause, prevention, and treatment without the use of medicine. As a forever migraineur from childhood, her discovery was helped by experimenting on herself. She found the cause of migraine to be at the ionic level, associated with disruption of the electrolyte homeostasis, resulting from genetic variations of all voltage dependent channels, gates, and pumps (chanelopathy) that modulate electrolyte mineral density and voltage in the brain. In addition, insulin and glucose transporters, and several other variants, such as MTHFR variants of B vitamin methylation process and many others are different in the case of a migraineur from the general population. Migraineurs are glucose sensitive (carbohydrate intolerant) and should avoid eating carbs as much as possible. She is working on her hypothesis that migraine is a metabolic disease. As a result of the success of the first edition of her book and her helping over 5000 migraineurs successfully prevent their migraines world wide, all ages and both genders, and all types of migraines, she published the 2nd (extended) edition of her migraine book "Fighting The Migraine Epidemic: Complete Guide: How To Treat & Prevent Migraines Without Medications". The 2nd edition is the “holy grail” of migraine cause, development, and prevention, incorporating all there is to know. It includes a long section for medical and research professionals. The book is full of academic citations (over 800) to authenticate the statements she makes to make it easy to follow up by those interested and to spark further research interest. It is a "Complete Guide", published on September 29, 2017. Dr. Stanton received her BSc at UCLA in Mathematics, MBA at UCR, MS in Management Science and Engineering at Stanford University, PhD in Economics with dissertation in neuroscience (culminating in Neuroeconomics) at Claremont Graduate University, fMRI certification at Harvard University Medical School at the Martinos Center for Neuroimaging for experimenting with neurotransmitters on human volunteers, certification in LCHF/ketogenic diet from NN (Nutrition Network), certification in physiology (UPEN via Coursea), Nutrition (Harvard Shool of Public Health) and functional medicine studies. Dr. Stanton is an avid sports fan, currently power weight lifting and kickboxing. For relaxation (yeah.. about a half minute each day), she paints and photographs and loves to spend time with her family of husband of 45 years, 2 sons and their wives, and 2 granddaughters. Follow her on Twitter at: @MigraineBook, LinkedIn at and facebook at
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2 Responses to Aimovig (R) Revisited

  1. Nancy, join my migraine group on Facebook: and we can help you there.
    I am looking forward to seeing you there,


  2. Nancy says:

    Desperate for relief. Taking Aimovig no big change tried Botox probably have MOH from fiorcet. Tried multiple antidepressants no help. Trying Accupuncture now. So frustrating.

    Liked by 1 person

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