I am two months into this prescription, which I know you have to give new medications time, but i am getting back to a point where my migraines are becoming more consistent even though I am still taking this daily. Do yall have any suggestions?
I am taking Gabapentin and it works. My headaches have subsided. Maybe you should try that.
Hi-I went to an allergist today after my primary care physician refered me after a weekend of migraines, hives and digestive issues. She thought it might all be related to a food allergy. I found out I had a few food allergies but the main issues seems to be that ibuprofen could be giving me hives. I take ibuprofen often and I have very sensitive skin. I wonder if other people have issues with it and have other OTC painkillers for migraines.
I recently increased my dosage from 200mg to 300mg a day and the tingly 'salt & pepper' side effect went from mild to kind of painful and uncomfortable especially right after I wake up from a nap or something. I get pretty bad leg cramps periodically and they seem to be associated with this but I'm not sure. Just wondering if anyone else has experienced something similar. I'll be asking my doctor about it fairly soon.
I have in my hands and feet
I do and I hate it and it seems like the only one that understands it is my soon to be husband
I've been taking Axert for migraines for several years now, maybe this is contributing? I noticed tingling during and after a migrane, but now have had persistent pins/needles/tingling in my tongue a week after the last migraine. Also have tingling in my left pinky, and will be talking about this with my GP.
Not noticed my tongue but my bottom lip tingles just the bottom one. I think it's when my BP and Migraine issues collide? My left leg and foot and hands/fingers have tingles but not sure why.
They put me on topamax 25mg eventually up to 3 times a day to help with my migraines. Has anyone else tried this? Any weird side effects?