I have been dealing with dizziness, nausea and chronic migraines for a long time,I was finally diagnosed last year 2019 by a neurologist that I have daily chronic migraines.so I have tried multiple medications with no luck on helping my symptoms,today I was prescribed amitriptyline to see if this works,can anyone let me know if they have tried this for these issues and if so if it works thank you
Can amitriptyline help with dizziness,nausea and chronic migraines?
Question posted by Peckerneck on 26 Nov 2020
Last updated on 27 November 2020
Many people have had success treating their migraines with this drug. If it treats your head pain chances are it will also treat the other symptoms. If you've suffered with chronic migraine for years, as I have, I would strongly suggest finding a headache specialist. Migraines are SO complex, chronic migraine even more so. It's taken me years to find out that neurologist just aren't trained well enough to deal with it. Unless, the amitriptyline does the trick please save yourself a lot of time, money and heartache and go ahead and find a specialist.
Amitriptyline is a tricyclic antidepressant that also is prescribed for headaches and migraines.
Many people who take amitriptyline are using it for migraines or headaches, which are often accompanied by dizziness and nausea.
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