What has worked - Preventative meds (part 1)

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What has worked - Preventative meds (part 1)

Post by Tee on Fri Jan 20, 2012 8:06 pm

I know we are all different and medication / treatments / supplements etc all work differently on each person, but I thought it would be interesting to see, statistically if anything stood out in the way of helping....

I will set a series polls - as we are limited in the list length - so if you have had anything which is not on the list and you feel it has helped you significantly - do add it as a post.....

Do not tick the stuff you have tried - but the ones which you think have helped you, you would use again or you would recommend to others..........

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Re: What has worked - Preventative meds (part 1)

Post by whatgoes? on Sat Jan 28, 2012 8:02 am

The only things I have found in the RX dept that helps me is relax, a tryptans abortive and Firocet for pain. I have tried a score of other things and had bad experience with many. The bad thing about the Firocet is that if taken in the afternoon or evening ( and we take them when the migraine kicks in right) then I can not get to sleep at night. That sets me up for a lack of sleep or irregular sleep pattern.

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