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    Randomfan posted:
    I don't know if anyone tried this but i had a terrible migraine for 5 days. I went to the doctor and had my head scanned and...... THE POINT IS ,last night, i took a previously prescribed pill called LORTAB and when i woke up, there was a slight pain and it was GONE. All day! I don't know about tomarrow but i wish i'd done this before going to the hospital!
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    carpetcrawler5 responded:
    That's great that that worked. But I would keep the doese low and try to only use it if it's absolutely nessessary, because it can give you rebound headaches when it wears off. Also, it will stop helping after awhile.


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