I do not have migraines. I occasional have throbbing headaches. Which is better?
Doctor wants me to take escitalopram or diivalprox. I am 90 years old
Question posted by Chollagal on 15 March 2021
Last updated on 16 March 2021
These two drugs can be prescribed for several purposes and differ in their mode of action. Is she/he treating you for depression?
Neither medication makes sense. One is for depression and the other is for seizures.
Try finding a neurologist specializing in migraines, in the meantime try taking these at bedtime
-400mg Vitamin B2
I take Nurtec 75mg just recently; before I was taking Flurbifrofen 100mg for my morning migraines ( 2 x day)
- Escitalopram uses and safety info
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