Just took my third injection, is working amazingly for my migraines but after this injection a good amount of clear serum ran back out of injection site. So now I’m unsure if i actually got any of the medicine or if any one else has experienced this?
It sounds like a problem. Did you carefully follow all the instructions which are a bit detailed? From memory, since I no longer have the instructions, I think that it said to hold the syringe down on your skin for a period of time. I would first contact your pharmacist, then the manufacturer. Hope that you did get the medicine, because it is a pricey medicine if you have to pay for all of it. Good luck.
This happened to me today, as well. It’s my second time injecting. The amount was about the size of a pea, maybe less. I actually called Aimovig and they had no answers for me as to whether this was normal or if it meant the medication was delivered or not. They took my info, including lot# from the injection pen, and my Neurologist’s info.
This happen to me during my last injection. I am very careful about how I inject. I don't know what it means either. I did not have migraine relief this time
Did anyone get answers on this? Happened to me today! First time it has happened in about a year of taking Aimovig.
This happened to me too. I usually get some bleeding, but this time some clearish liquid oozed out too. I didn’t think anything of it at the time. However, I’ve been having a horrible migraine situation this month. I’ve gone from 0-3 migraine days per month back up to a near daily migraine. I’m really hoping I didn’t get the full dosage last time, and once I do, I’ll start getting excellent prevention again.
I wonder if the indicator bar was a bit off so it said it was done when it wasn’t? Or my injection placement was bad? I’ll try to hold it in place longer next time and be more careful.
I’ve also been getting more migraines just before I’m due for the next dose the past couple months (I’ve heard of that happening for others too)... I’m going to ask about the higher dose (2 injections/month), and try 1 every 2 weeks to see if its the dose, or that the med just isn’t as effective as it was the first 3-4 months I was on it.
- Aimovig Information for Consumers
- Aimovig Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Aimovig (detailed)
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