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Under what circumstance is an antidepressant like Pamelor prescribed for headaches & for how long?

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8 Feb 2010

I don't know at what stage (step in treatment) it is prescribed but it does help. If it helps migraine the migraine sufferer/patient then it may be used long term.

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