Best Meds For Migraines

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BlessedMommy3 Says:
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Hi, Just thought I'd let everyone know the best thing to take for migraines..
I'm currently on the bupap 50 mlg and they do work BUT if u want something very effective without all the acetaminophen in it try IMMITREX. It works wonders . When I was on it, I only had to take one and I have headaches everyday and migraines often. Hope this helps .

-Bri



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Lisa Says:
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I've taken every medication under the sun for my migraines. Maxaly always used to do the trick until it just stopped working. My MD loaded me with topamax, verapimrl, despite etc. I did the in house treatment of the DHE infusion. Botox. You name it. Had my deviated septum fixed and that stopped them for quite some time!!! I now take indomethacin (diff dises) as well as my imitrex injection for my thigh but it doesn't seem to do the trick anymore. And I have frovatriptan as well. Just a losing battle at 39!! 25 yrs if agony and 2 young kids... I don't k ow where to from here.

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