Last Updated on June 2, 2019 by Dr Granot
Botox (botulinum toxin) is used for chronic migraine (more than 15 headache days a month) with very good effectiveness. However, there are very few clinical papers on it, which is surprising given my positive experience with Botox including in vestibular migraine.
Only a single study talking about one patient, who got a benefit, was found in the clinical literature!
This is surprising, considering even in the MAV survey we did in 2015, we had more patients who had tried it and more responders.
So I thought it was worthwhile updating the survey, this time focusing on Botox and Vestibular Migraine specifically. If you would like to participate, just complete the survey below, and let’s see if you got a benefit (or if you did not – both groups are just as important) from Botox in your Vestibular Migraine.