I have read several of the post on here from people that suffer headaches everyday or more than normal. Take it from me.... make yourself an appt with a neurologist and tell them you are having these types of headaches, my mother waited and it was a tumor on her brain that is now inoperable... my whole family suffers so bad from severe migraines that it has caused seizures for me after 10 years of having them, and I am now on 500 mg of Topamax and it has def helped after years of increasing the dosage. Yes it has side effects, but the side effects does not even compare to the suffering of a migraine daily or even a debilitating seizure with the migraine. I am 32 years old and I can say Topamax was the best thing that my n neurologist did for me. I wish you all the best of luck and dont wait to get the help you need.View Thread
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