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For Those Who Suffer Daily Migraines Like Myself, Are You Being Given Any Every Day Medications For Acute Or Preventative, What Are They?
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I ask because I know some doctors and insurance companies put a limit on the number so that daily use is not possible although it would benefit for many with daily migraine.

posted February 3
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Thanks for your reply. There is nothing better than when you have a doctor who also has migraines. They understand.. Glad to hear you are migraine free and hope it continues.

posted February 10
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thanks Diane. We look forward to hearing how the CBD tablets worked

posted February 10
A MyMigraineTeam Member

Propranolol and Amitriptyline gave me insomnia. I get episodes of nighttime migraines sometimes lasting a month. I have to take zolmitriptan as soon as the attack comes on and it wakes me up so my sleep is also compromised. It’s the only pain relief that works for me.
After 10 years of migraines having tried everything I’m cautiously optimistic that CBD tablets I have been taking for 6 weeks are having a very positive effect. Early days so I will report back in due course.

posted February 10
A MyMigraineTeam Member

I get a monthly infusion plus I get Quipta.. it doesn't go away.. it just takes the edge off... My migraines are with me 7 x 24..

posted February 10
A MyMigraineTeam Member

I was on Aimovig shots monthly. But they stopped working after about 6 months. I am back to just being on propranolol daily and I take a Migrovert magnesium supplement daily. I can't afford those others because Medicare does not cover them.

posted February 10

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