I need help desperately, been on thus for 15 years or more started right tension headaches and headaches got worse and worse. Taking abt. 6 to 20 a day varies. Sldo trying to get off Xanax for extreme anxiety. But I have 8 yr old twin girls and I need to have more energy. I rt. now only have 12 pills left and can't renew for abt a week n I get nervous because I know they won't last that long and then I'm screwed because the headaches will start gettin worse. I can't take Motrin of Advil or other anyiinflammatoties due to low iron issues do I'm screwed. Any ideas on how to make these few last and when gone help with rebounding headaches. Just can't deal they're do bad and how long do they normally rebound for? Please help, ideas
Here is some information that I found on managing headaches that you might find helpful. You also might take a look at our Migraines & Headaches Health Center for more information. I hope that some more community members join in to give you some advice on rebounding headaches and their duration.
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