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    An_253203 posted:
    I have had them since i was 13 yrs old i got MS at age 43 just last year they found out that Botox shots in the head would work well and it is the best thing ever they don't hurt at all u have to go to a neurologist for them i have had it done 3 times very 3 months and i am headache free i have not had. Shot in6 months if anything else try it i am blessed it worked headache free u might get a very small headache once in a blue moon but Tylenol will stop it if they con tuning then they will do a another shot higher dose hope this helps all headache suffers. I totally recommend this for headache suffers
     
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    rosielou responded:
    Thank you for writing this, you must be so happy to have such tremendous relief from your migraines. It's always nice to hear when someone has good results from treatment. I haven't needed Botox, but if my meds start failing I may try it someday.

    Rosie


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