I am actually taking the medicine for migraine prevention. My husband's insurance has changed and now the medicine is too expensive for me to afford.
It may be detrimental to the condition with your heart the you ae re being treated for. Is there a reason why you would consider this with out talking to you cardiologist or Family Doc. Not knowing what the severity of the condition you are being treated for is a hard question to answer. Good Luck and God Bless Hope his may help a little
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