Jaw pain from migraine

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05
Jan
2012
Jaw pain from migraine

Hi all,

I'm just at the end of a monster migraine, caused by overindulging over the christmas holidays. It started on christmas day due to eating and drinking things I shouldn't (I'm very sensitive to tyramines, chocolate, alchohol ect) and by new years day I gave up trying to get rid of it with triptans/asparin ect. Seems that triptans don't abort my migraines they just supress them for 24 hrs or so. So I had to let it run its natural course without medication for the [......]
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