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  • This topic contains 1 reply, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  DeAnn R 3 weeks, 2 days ago.

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       Michael Morale 


      In this episode of the Morale Monologue, I share my tips and tricks on how to avoid getting a headache after one of your Spinraza injections. Headaches are a normal side effect with any intrathecal or spinal cord injection, and the tips that I’m sharing with you, will possibly help you to avoid getting one of these headaches during your Spinraza procedures.


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       DeAnn R 

      Thankfully I haven’t experienced this side effect. It’s the first thing I get asked by the nurses and doctors though, so it kind of makes me paranoid.

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