Okay, so obviously if your migraines become chronic they will have you trying all sorts of preventatives. I did. They never worked. And I was
I have posted about the CGRP blocking medication research in the past: CGRP: New frontiers in migraine prevention “CGRP targeted treatment is the first migraine
So the most effective tool against a migraine in progress is triptans. It just is. But not everyone can take them. And for some people,
This is me wearing my new IceKap. Yes, I look a little dorky wearing it. Size small, which fits me snuggly. That is something
Discussion with Dr. Goadsby about new migraine research and treatments both preventatively and acutely on the horizon.
So I have had a great deal of luck with the Oska Pulse and migraine intensity and some frequency. And recently there has been some
What’s in your toolbox and why? So the following is what I do Acutely when I have a migraine. At home. Magnesium oil- there is
“A new comparative study shows that, in patients who visit the emergency department for acute migraine treatment, prochorperazine is more effective than the opioid drug,
So a couple days after my BOTOX and my forehead feels stiff and my eyebrows are stiff as well. This is better than the first
I am getting to Botox soon. I will Be done. I don’t effing care if it takes three rounds to have any potential effects.
The American Headache Society (AHS) released a list of commonly treatments or tests for migraine and headache that are not always needed. The list comes
Exploding vs. imploding headache in migraine prophylaxis with Botulinum Toxin A In this study, the responders vs non-responders were not dependent on symptoms, episodic
“Wearing a nerve stimulator for 20 minutes a day may be a new option for migraine sufferers, according to new research published in the February
I sure would like someone to explain to all us chronic migraine sufferers how the hell we are to treat our migraines without actually treating