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Migraine Nurse Phone Line

Migraine
15th August 2018

Phone access to the Migraine Nurse is now only through the MAI Information and Support Line. If you need to contact her please contact us here on 1850 200 378 or email us at info@migraine.ie and we can help put you in... [read more]


CGRP Antibodies: Presentation on Exciting New Migraine Medication

14th August 2018

The Migraine Association of Ireland is delighted to announce a Health Professional Seminar in September 2018 featuring two of the world's leading migraine and headache experts, Dr. Lars Edvinsson and Dr. Allan Purdy. Dr. Edvinsson was the main researcher in the discovery and development of the new CGRP Antibodies. Dr. Lars Edvinsson is a Neurologist at the Department of Emergency and Internal Medicine, Skåne University Hospital and Professor... [read more]


Novartis Announces EU Approval of Erenumab

Migraine
31st July 2018

The Migraine Association of Ireland welcomes today's news that the EU Commission has granted a marketing authorisation for the drug Erenumab in the EU.  Erenumab is primarily prescribed for the prevention of migraine in adults who are suffering from chronic refractory migraine, i.e. migraine which occurs 10-14 days per month and which has not responded to treatment with other preventatives. Erenumab can be self administered or administered by... [read more]


Migraine on Holiday

25th June 2018

Migraine on Holiday! Migraine or any other kind of headache can attack whenever it likes and when you least expect it. On holiday we try to unwind, do something we normally wouldn't do and have a great time doing it. Unfortunately for migraine sufferers this is sometimes easier said than done. There are a number of reasons experts think holiday headaches occur; 1 - Routine - We're out of our routine. Many people... [read more]


Migraine Information for non-English Speakers

19th June 2018

Migraine is a disorder that affects all levels of society, gender, age, socio-economic status and nationality. Ireland has grown into a wonderfully diverse country with people from all over the world living, working, bringing their culture here, and unfortunately suffering from migraine too! It can be hard for non- English speakers to access relevant health information in Ireland and in recognition of that information gap, we have translated... [read more]


Author Archive

Migraine Nurse Phone Line

Migraine
15th August 2018

Phone access to the Migraine Nurse is now only through the MAI Information and Support Line. If you need to contact her please contact us here on 1850 200 378 or email us at info@migraine.ie and we can help put you in... [read more]


CGRP Antibodies: Presentation on Exciting New Migraine Medication

14th August 2018

The Migraine Association of Ireland is delighted to announce a Health Professional Seminar in September 2018 featuring two of the world's leading migraine and headache experts, Dr. Lars Edvinsson and Dr. Allan Purdy. Dr. Edvinsson was the main researcher in the discovery and development of the new CGRP Antibodies. Dr. Lars Edvinsson is a Neurologist at the Department of Emergency and Internal Medicine, Skåne University Hospital and Professor... [read more]


Novartis Announces EU Approval of Erenumab

Migraine
31st July 2018

The Migraine Association of Ireland welcomes today's news that the EU Commission has granted a marketing authorisation for the drug Erenumab in the EU.  Erenumab is primarily prescribed for the prevention of migraine in adults who are suffering from chronic refractory migraine, i.e. migraine which occurs 10-14 days per month and which has not responded to treatment with other preventatives. Erenumab can be self administered or administered by... [read more]


Migraine on Holiday

25th June 2018

Migraine on Holiday! Migraine or any other kind of headache can attack whenever it likes and when you least expect it. On holiday we try to unwind, do something we normally wouldn't do and have a great time doing it. Unfortunately for migraine sufferers this is sometimes easier said than done. There are a number of reasons experts think holiday headaches occur; 1 - Routine - We're out of our routine. Many people... [read more]


Migraine Information for non-English Speakers

19th June 2018

Migraine is a disorder that affects all levels of society, gender, age, socio-economic status and nationality. Ireland has grown into a wonderfully diverse country with people from all over the world living, working, bringing their culture here, and unfortunately suffering from migraine too! It can be hard for non- English speakers to access relevant health information in Ireland and in recognition of that information gap, we have translated... [read more]