Help my daughter is only 12 soon be 13 in less than 2 weeks and has suffered form migraines for ove r2 years Hers will start and she will slppe for days almost non stop She says it moves form one side to the other sometimes on both sides she says it eases up then get s majorly worse she has missed almost 2 weeks of school this year she has been on imitrez ansal no success maxaltdissoveable no success she has seen a neurologist at childrens hosp and ct with contrast no neuro issues noted she has uped her ibuprofen to 3 200 mg at a time alos no relief we are seeing a allergy asthma specialist on mon she doesnt liek to take meds as i had a history of drug abuse but was delivered over 8 years agoa and now i verve take pain meds plus she has sen how tragic it is as i helped run a recovery home for women she told me last nite she need something stronger as the ibuprofen was not working this headache came on mon evening it is now thur she took the maxalt as soon as we recognized it was a migraine we need some guidanceanyone else have these symptons and what do you do? she has not started her menses so i am hoping when she does it will stop theseshe needs releifNOW (12 results found)View Thread
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