A migraine can really knock you down for the count. Serena Williams is sharing her story about living with migraines, especially as a mom, and how she uses Ubrevly from AbbVie to treat her migraine attacks. A new ad featuring Williams and her daughter Olympia continues to raise awareness of the effective treatment option that has brought her relief and encourages other individuals living with migraines to seek care.
“When I wake up in the morning, the last thing I need is a debilitating migraine attack, especially when Olympia has a full day of fun planned for me,” said Williams. “Ubrelvy helps me quickly stop my migraine in its tracks, without me having to worry if it’s too late to take it or what I’m doing, both on and off the court.”
In clinical studies, many people had pain relief and some even had total pain freedom within two hours.
“We are excited to continue working with Serena. She is a role model to so many individuals living with this debilitating disease that impacts many important aspects of their everyday lives,” said Aimee Lenar, Vice President, U.S., Central Nervous System (CNS) at AbbVie. “As a world-class athlete, entrepreneur, and a mom who has pushed boundaries time and again, Serena is the perfect fit to help us raise further awareness of migraine and reach those in need of an effective migraine treatment option, such as Ubrelvy, providing them with convenient access to their medication.”