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Keli

882d

What medicine do you take for chronic migraine?

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    • starcat

      829d

      I take Amitriptyline daily. Rizatriptan as an emergency med if I feel an attack coming.

    • starcat

      829d

      I take Amitriptyline daily. Rizatriptan as an emergency med if I feel an attack coming.

    • ___

      856d

      I take Topamax

    • Elly

      876d

      I use propranolol and topamax

    • Poddledogmom

      876d

      Verapimil

    • QueenVEY

      876d

      Propranalol has helped me tremendously for prevention. Sumotriptan for urgent use.

    • becca89

      876d

      I take topamax and gabapentin daily. I take amerge for active migraines

    • FallenAngel86

      876d

      Sumatriptan as needed and Benadryl for dizziness or vertigo.

    • Tokyolab16

      877d

      Emgality and Imitrex or Nurtec for migraine attacks

    • Spoonieofsugar

      877d

      Nurtec was wonderful, but my insurance stopped covering it; so now I just suffer.

    • StrawberryBlonde

      881d

      Topimax daily. A combination of naproxen, imitrix, and Benadryl for migraine attacks

    • SapleMyrup

      882d

      I take verapamil daily and have oral sumatriptan

    • CherryBunny

      882d

      I take effexor daily and then I have injectable sumatriptan and injectable ketorolac. I also get Botox every three months!

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