Found a cure for my intractable migraines!

Found a cure for my intractable migraines!

This is my first post here, although I have visited this forum often for many years. I have had chronic, intractable migraines for over 15 years and have been on every maintenance and pain medication out there. anti-seizures, SSRIs, anti-depressants, beta-blockers, etc. Nothing worked, but the narcotic pain meds were my best least I could have a few hours of semi-relief. Of course the downside of narcotics is that they are addictive, and [......]
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