Im new at this so hang in there. I am a 33 year old female and i live in Illinois i have had migraines for the last 15 years and they have put me on so many different medications. I have 3 children ages range from 12 to 6. Is there any medications that you all suggest that i try? Now i have tried the imitrex, depakote, blood pressure meds. I am at the end of my rope. Now they have me seeing the pain management doctor that tried radio frequency and it helped but only for a few months. plus he has me on a narco 5\325 but its not working as well as we thought. What else is there out there to try.View Thread
yes i have tried Topomax and amitriptyline and a few others that i have written down just dont have the space to write them in here. As far as botox my insurance doesnt cover it. They have me on 100% disability now. And i wish it would but it wont. Is there n e thing else that you suggest? i have a dr. apt on monday so ill recheck about the botox. Thanks again for the advice.View Thread
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