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Migraines and PD1?

Forums General Melanoma Community Migraines and PD1?

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    Erinmay22
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      I've had 3 doses of anti-pd1 so far.  After the 2nd dose I started to notice an increase in occular migraines.  I've had them before but not very often.  They also started about the same time I got a horrible rotten headcold.  I still have tons of sinus pressure.  I talked with the fellow at my last appointment but they didn't seem very concerned about them at all.  Has anyone else experienced this?  

      So far it seems most side effects have been pretty minimal.   Some fatigue, itchy skin, etc.  

      Thanks,
      Erin

      I've had 3 doses of anti-pd1 so far.  After the 2nd dose I started to notice an increase in occular migraines.  I've had them before but not very often.  They also started about the same time I got a horrible rotten headcold.  I still have tons of sinus pressure.  I talked with the fellow at my last appointment but they didn't seem very concerned about them at all.  Has anyone else experienced this?  

      So far it seems most side effects have been pretty minimal.   Some fatigue, itchy skin, etc.  

      Thanks,
      Erin

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