Help with Refractory Migraines

sjmnhall at 19h53
19
Jun
2014
Help with Refractory Migraines

My 17 yr old has had migraines for 5 years and it was totally under control using amitriptyline 40mg daily. In November her migraines evolved and in April we ended up in the hospital for a week after having a constant migraine for 2 weeks. They tried the usual cocktails, DHE, and nothing broke it. She started Neurontin and it brought the pain level down to a 5 but horrible side effects. Since then we have tried Zonegran- no help, she is already on 3 blood pressure meds [......]
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