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I wish someone would be able to find something to help. I have always had menstral migraines, and with perimenopause they became uncontrollable. I now have had continuous migraines for 10 months and no end in sight. The severity varies from a 3 or 4 to 8. The most severe come around the time my menses, which can be 2 months apart, or 10 days apart, but barely last more than 18 hours. I have been through tons of testing, narcotics and non-narcotics. Muscle relaxants work the best but are hard to take and function. I'm now trying Low-Dose Naltrexone combined with Midrin, Zanaflex and Phenagren and Diet Mountain Dew. I just want my life back.

March 15, 2010 - 12:30am


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