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If you suffer from migraines, you’re well aware of how debilitating and disruptive they can be. The throbbing pain, sensitivity to light and sounds, and nausea are enough to send you straight into a dark room. The pain is so intense, you wonder if it’s ever going to end.

If you’ve tried over-the-counter drugs and prescription medications, yet failed to obtain relief, infusion therapy may be a good option. Infusion therapy involves administering medication through intravenous injection (IV). Since the medication is inserted directly into the bloodstream, it doesn’t have to be digested - meaning patients experience faster relief.

Like with any prescription medication, although, rare there’s always a risk of side effects. The most common ones from undergoing infusion therapy with VYEPTI include nose congestion and/or a sore throat. In addition, there are risks of allergic reactions.

The best way to reduce the risk of experiencing a serious allergic reaction is to have a healthcare professional monitor your status throughout the duration of each infusion session. At iClinic, you will always have a nurse keeping an eye on you to ensure your comfort and wellbeing.

VYEPTI is a preventive treatment for migraine


With VYEPTI, more migraine-free days during the first week after treatment


People with chronic migraine saw an average of 23 fewer migraine days per treatment


Just one 30-minute treatment 4x a year (every 3 months)
Inside the body, there is a protein called calcitonin gene-related peptide, or CGRP
CGRP attaches to and activates specific receptors, which may play a role in migraine
VYEPTI binds to CGRP and prevents it from attaching to and activating the receptors
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The procedure is intended for those who have been diagnosed with migraines and it includes a preliminary appointment and consultation.
About possible side effects of VYEPTI, please read the Patient Information for more details. Tell your healthcare provider if you have any side effect that bothers you or that does not go away. Tell your healthcare provider if you become pregnant or plan to become pregnant.