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    countrygirlkay posted:
    I have had a miagrane for the past 2 days along with a very annoying ear ach, my question is im not sure what to take for it, ive just been taking pain meds that i got from the hospital last time i went for a miagrane. I get them almost every other day they use to only last untill i fell asleep and then would be gone when i would wake up but not anymore they are there when i go to bed and when i wake up, i just dont know my steps are and what to take. I know ive taken too many meds today already trying to get this thing to go away but nothing will help it =/
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