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    supportivegf posted:
    ive been suffering from migraines since i was a child, im 28 years old now, the past year meds that have usually worked when i get a bad one dont work anymore, my preventitives are working great and myself and my nurologist and satisfied bc my smaller headaces and migraines are down however when i get a bad one they linger for days and i dont feel right, i have the immitrex nasal inhaler, tablets, maxalt tablets w/promethazine, i can do one or the other when i feel a migraine coming on usually they work but if they dont i go to the clinic to get a shot and iv fluids, which to always work and now doesnt, has anyone had this experience before?? if so i need ideas on what i can recommend to my nurologist for when i get a bad one and my meds dont work, being misserable for days in a row like this suck, and i hate not being myself,


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