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Ajovy is a once-monthly self-injection that is used to treat migraines with or without aura (a warning sign, such as flashing lights, wavy lines, or spots). By taking Ajovy, you can reduce the number of migraine-free days each month, allowing you to reclaim your time with friends and family. Ajovy (which contains the active ingredient Erenumab) blocks calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) receptors.
Your body has both CGRP and CGRP receptors. Doctors have found that CGRP attaches to a receptor and triggers migraine attacks. Ajovy works to block these receptors so the CGRP cannot attach to them. As a result, you may experience fewer migraines throughout the month.
We also charge a $60 medication consultation, which includes unlimited access to our medical team for a full year.
- How Does Ajovy Work?
Ajovy (Erenumab) is a once-monthly self-administered injection given for migraine prevention. The medicine works by blocking pain signals from reaching your brain, effectively preventing migraines from developing.
- How Can You Get Ajovy?
Unlike many migraine medications, ajovy is prescription-only. If you think you might benefit from using it to treat your migraines, talk to your doctor about potentially getting a prescription and then working with your local pharmacy or medical supply store to get it filled.
- What Precautions Should I Take With Ajovy?
Before you start taking ajovy, be sure to discuss it with your doctor. They may instruct you to begin with a lower dose than recommended on your prescription. If so, follow these instructions carefully and contact your doctor if you experience any side effects. It’s also important to remember that overuse of migraine medication can actually cause headaches and trigger rebound headaches, which means that they occur more frequently and severely than before treatment.
- What Are Some Side Effects of Ajovy?
Some of its possible side effects include drowsiness, dizziness, dry mouth, headache and upset stomach. You should also avoid getting behind the wheel or operating heavy machinery after taking ajovy because it could make you drowsy. Remember that people may react differently to different medications; if your symptoms worsen or if you notice any side effects not listed above, be sure to talk to your doctor.
- Important Information When Taking Ajovy
Before taking any new medication, you should speak with your doctor. It’s especially important to alert your physician if you have allergies, are pregnant or breastfeeding, or have preexisting health conditions like heart disease. Those with bleeding disorders like hemophilia should also be sure to discuss their condition with a medical professional before taking any new medications. You should also take precautions to avoid dehydration when using ajovy; common side effects include dizziness and lightheadedness.
- How Do I Get a Prescription for Ajovy through Nurx?
It is possible to get a prescription for ajovy through Nurx. Get started by filling out your medical history and taking our healthcare assessment. You will be prompted to answer a few simple questions about your health and symptoms, which our medical team will review. If you qualify for ajovy, our medical staff will approve your prescription and send it to your local pharmacy.
- Can I Buy This Drug Online Through Nurx?
Yes, we at Nurx prescribe ajovy for pickup at your local pharmacy to help patients with their migraine treatment. Check to see if this is available for you.
- How Long Would it Take to Deliver This Drug if I Bought it Online?
When you buy ajovy from Nurx, your order is sent to a member of our medical team for review. Once it is approved, we will send the prescription to your local pharmacy to be filled.
- Is There a Generic Version of Ajovy?
No, there isn’t a generic version of ajovy. All versions of ajovy are manufactured by Merck and must be purchased from a licensed pharmacy. Generic medications are less expensive but may not be as effective.
- Who Makes This Drug?
Ajovy is made by Allergan, a pharmaceutical company with its headquarters in Irvine, California. Other pharmaceutical products produced by Allergan include Botox and Juvederm.
- Does Ajovy Work?
Yes, but only if you use it correctly. Ajovy contains erenumab, which interferes with calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP), a compound that is believed to be involved in migraines. Most studies of CGRP inhibitors have focused on how they affect patients who already suffer from chronic migraine.
- Does Ajovy Hurt?
Most users do not experience any pain when using Ajovy. However, there are a small percentage of people who will experience minor adverse reactions such as headaches or nausea.
- Does Ajovy Cause Weight Loss?
Ajovy comes with a warning that you could lose weight and it’s not unheard of. Some people taking ajovy report losing up to 2 lbs per week, but others report gaining weight when taking 5 mg of ajovy per day or more. If you notice unwanted weight loss or gain when taking ajovy, contact your doctor.
- How Does Nurx Work?
Nurx is a telehealth platform offering easy online access to doctors and seamless delivery of medications. No more time-consuming trips to the clinic and no more frantic pharmacy runs. We put you in control of your own health, empowering you to get the care you need, when you need it. From diagnosis to delivery of prescriptions, we make every part of getting healthy and staying healthy, better.For more information and to signup, visit www.nurx.com and follow us @nurxapp on Twitter and Instagram.
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