I'm New, Has anyone considered a hysterectomy for migraines

13
Nov
2011
I'm New, Has anyone considered a hysterectomy for migraines

I've failed out of most preventatives due to side effects (fun ones like kidney failure).
Tried Botox, AEDs, TCAs, SSRIs, SNRIs, Beta blockers, CC blokers, Mag, CoQ10, BComplex.

I'm currently doing mag IV infusions, CoQ10, and Vit B as preventative.
IM Phenergan for n/v, subq Imitrex, and T#3 as abortive.

I know the headaches are hormonally related, as they get worse during pregnancy.
So, I'm considering just going for kiddo#3 and [......]
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