evary at 19h35

I'm a long term migraine sufferer (over 20 years) and have recently (about 2 months) been experiencing muscle and bone pain, especially in my arms and legs. I'm beginning to suspect it's long-term use of triptans, especially maxalt which I have been taking regularly now for over 8 years. Has anybody else experienced muscle pain when using Maxalt?

Any help would be GREATLY appreciated.

calgary, canada
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