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How Do You Get Away From Rebound Headaches Every Day And Every Night ??🤦‍♀️
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posted April 1
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A MyMigraineTeam Member

I know but not able to stop!!🤦‍♀️

posted April 9
A MyMigraineTeam Member

I’ve been experiencing rebound headaches also. Too much relief medication.

posted April 9
A MyMigraineTeam Member

And if I ever find that doctor that thought I was making it up how often I had migraines and put me on a 4-tablet ibuprofen regimen for each migraine!? I had to wean my body from habit-forming rebound migraines from that for a month. I have words for that man XD

posted April 5
A MyMigraineTeam Member

I hate to say it, but I literally have to pick and choose what days I want to medicate and what days I want to suffer through. I think I’m like you and still looking for a good permanent answer to chronic pain and rebound headaches, but for now, I’m avoiding it the hard way - saving my meds for the most important days, and on the others, just finding the best audiobooks and softest blankets possible for those bad days I have to skip painkillers. Trying to find whatever media makes me sleep.

posted April 5

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