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Messymexi

660d

I know the migraines I get are from my neck muscles being weak and my shoulders are way too tight, pulling my neck all out of wack. I also have some GI problem where I throw up every meal so leaning over the couch into a bucket hasn't helped. I've been getting told to see a neurologist for my dysautonomia, I also am thinking I want to see an ortho even though I do pt every week. Which one do you think would be more helpful? I've dealt with migraines since I was a preteen and have been to a neurologist so many times with no avail but that was before I had my EDS diagnosis..

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    • Opal

      659d

      I just started taking nurtec for migraines and it is AMAZING works working 5 mins most times🙌

    • Opal

      659d

      I just started taking nurtec for migraines and it is AMAZING works working 5 mins most times🙌

    • Caitlin

      660d

      I do perineural injection therapy in my neck/back and it’s has been amazing and it’s not nearly as scary as prolotherapy ! It feels like acupuncture. I haven’t had a massive migraine since I’ve started. (I’ve had major migraines since 1st grade .. 37 now)

    • Messymexi

      660d

      I have heard of it and it has been mentioned to me by other doctors. The process seems scary to me though

    • DancingZebra

      660d

      Have you ever considered prolotherapy for your neck?

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