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    My Migraine Today
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    An_205001 posted:
    Hi, Today I was using my computer and suddenly saw double w/my eyes! The headache from hell was starting too, so I quickly got my migraine med, Relpax, and laid down and when I woke up all was well. I have learned over the years if I don't nip it in the bud right away, I will not get any relief. I also use ice packs on my forehead and find them very helpful too. There are so many different meds for migraines that sometimes it takes a few different ones to find the ONE that helps the most. Don't give up because most drs. will help you if one med didn't help by trying another migraine med. Take care, C
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