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    greatmomx3 posted:
    Hi, I have been a migraine sufferer for 35 years now and have been put through numerous tests as well as medications and doctors. Right now I take 4 Fioricet with codeine daily and sometimes hydrocodone. When my migraine gets to be severe, I go in for IV therapy that consists of a unit of fluids (dehydration), Depakote, Decadron, Zofran, Toradol and Demerol. This "cocktail" seems to work for me. Most have been added in the last 10 years but I have been taking Fioricet with codeine for 35 years. My problem is that I have had a continuous migraine for 7 weeks now with no relief from any of my routine medications. Any suggestions of what else to try?
    Thanks in advance!!
     
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    greatmomx3 responded:
    I forgot to say that I am allergic to Imitrex, Darvocet and Stadol.


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