I was treated for Hogdkin's lymphoma with ABVD chemotherapy 5-8/2006. Before that I used to have frequent migraines 1-2 times a week and little to no help from the attempts with several preventive drug regimes.
However, soon after the start of the chemo, my migraines disappeared completely and haven't returned up to this date.
I've been wondering if it's caused by the chemo damaging blood vessels and making them more stiff, so that the intracranial vessels can't painfully expand anymore, as it happens during a migraine attack. Or is it just a coincidence.
Whatever the reason, I'm very glad -something good about cancer! :)
But I'd be interested to know if anybody else has had a similar experience of migraines disappearing after chemo?