... wondering if Camila could be making her migraines worse? She had a "new onset daily chronic migraine" which began 9/15/14 and hasn't broken. She was admitted for a week in Neurology, she has had 2 occipital nerve blocks, 1 cervical plexus block, 1 medial cervical branch block, 5 ER visits, P.T. and acupuncture, but no relief from the migraine. She is taking the medication as part for constant suppression of her period following endometriosis surgery in February 2013. At this point it seems like her doctors want her to choose between her migraine pain or her endo pain. One of her GYNs said that headaches weren't associated with Camila, but web md, and other sites says they can be. I just posted a lot of information - anything would help. Thank you. Suzanne
It is possible because of the complexities surrounding migraines in addition to her other health issues/meds etc. Bottom line, if online opinions are being weight over the Dr's, best to change to a Dr you are confident in and won't question with online inquires. No one but your Dr can know the numerous unique factors about an individuals pharmacology.
I have tried several migraine pills and it had worse side effects so none so far work for me. I just tale I advi and one tylenol with coffee. She could have a coke instead and see if this works for her. I take it as soon as the migraine or aura comes on.
Good luck and take care
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