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    Migraine's because of weather
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    Laura0711 posted:
    Lately I have been having severe migraines everytime the weather changes. When there is a pressure changes from a high to a low or the other way I get a severe headache that is very hard to get rid of. The medicine I take I don't think is working it is Soma but I have to take 3 Tyneol Arthitis with it and some times it works but mostly it seems not to be working very well. I don't know what to do. I also take Topamax 100mg every night.

    I don't know what to do with what is going on. Should I make an appointment to see my doctor to change my medication? It is getting very annoying having headaches everyday or two.

    Some advice would be welcomed.

    Thanks,
    Laura


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