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    My Daughter has terrible migraine, with throwing up, Lately she has started shaking badly and losing way to much weight. She is 35. She had migraines and high B/p since she was 15.
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    An_267268 posted:
    Her Drs are no help. Please help and suggest something to do to help my Daughter . She needs our help she is getting worst. She has a Family she loves and needs to be healthy for her and them. What could be the problem with her shaking so bad, and other symptom . Her very concern Mama Thank You
     
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    cybermom67 responded:
    Could the new symptoms be due to a change in medication? The best help I can give you is to recommend she see a headache specialist. We actually went through two neurologists and a headache specialist before we found the one my son is seeing now.


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