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Migraine - Aimovig and Cardiology or Pulmonology
Sorry, forgot to include a link explaining the calcium score test ordered by the cardiologist – https://www.texasheart.org/heart-health/womens-heart-health/straight-talk-newsletter/do-i-need-a-coronary-calcium-score/
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Hi, @msb18 – wondering when you will be having the calcium score test you mentioned? Will the doctor put you on something else for the migraines, since the erenumab (Aimovig) was potentially prompting your shortness of breath?
@hedjhog – You mentioned a traumatic brain injury (TBI), so I wanted to invite you to also participate in this discussion on that topic https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/adult-life-after-a-tbi.
You said you had some of the shortness of breath, as well, hedjhog, but that you are reluctant to change anything at this point. Did your doctor by chance have any comments on your experiencing this symptom while taking the erenumab (Aimovig)?
@russy – since you switched from treatment with erenumab (Aimovig) to galcanezumab (Emgality), how are your symptoms?
@quazar – due to your experience with some racing heart with erenumab (Aimovig) injections, are you going to continue with the injections, or ask to be changed to another medication?
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