infusion therapy- does it work?

greent at 03h55
25
Dec
2010
infusion therapy- does it work?

Hi all, I'm going in to my doctor's office next week for 3 days of infusion therapy (what a way to spend vacation, but I'll be happy if it does something). Apparently this is supposed to help reprogram my brain and stop the cycle of my migraines. Has anyone had any luck with it? If so, what drugs did they use? I had this done with DHE a few months ago and felt significantly better for a few weeks before the pain all came back. This doctor is going to try some different [......]
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