This is a question that has been asked quite a few times, but the response that I get is always “no”. I’ve been dealing with migraines for a decade now and have tried and tried and tried to find a solution to the problem. I have tried various medications and I was always told they made my symptoms worse. I finally decided to try and figure out whether or not it was worth it.
The truth is that migraines are real and serious, especially if you’re dealing with a chronic migraine like I am. I’ve been taking a combination of aspirin, blood pressure medication, and the occasional prescription pill for my migraine for years. Now I’m going to tell you just how serious migraines are and how to take care of them.
For some people, migraines cause migraine headaches. For others, migraines cause muscle spasms, dizziness, and a whole host of other symptoms. If you have a migraine, you can still get some relief by taking a combination of these medications. But if you have a migraine that lasts more than a few days, you might want to get more aggressive.
If you’re looking for a specific type of medication to help you with migraines, you’ve come to the right place. For now, let’s just list the most common types of migraine medications.
Ibuprofen and acetaminophen are the most common. Ibuprofen has some pretty big drawbacks. It’s relatively expensive, and it doesn’t do a whole lot for a migraine, but it’s one of the many things that can help your migraines. The side effects are mostly mild, and it’s not a big deal if you forget to take it.
These are the most common medical drugs for migraines, but not the most common medications. So what do you do? You’ll have to find a good pharmacy. We can help with that.
One option is to try something else. We’ve tried various meds that have been shown to help with migraines. We’ve also tried a little something we call MigTru (made from the same ingredients as a migraine, but with a stronger effect) and it worked better than any other option we tried. We were able to get it to work well enough that it was worth getting a prescription to treat our migraines.
We’ve also found that migraines sometimes seem to “go away” when you stop taking the medication, only to return when you start taking it again. We were able to use that to our advantage by taking a prescription for MigTru when we first started to experience migraines, and we were able to get them to go away until we started to take MigTru again.
We use the word’medicinal’ instead of ‘infantile’ as it’s more likely that we’re talking about our child. A common misnomer in medical marijuana is that they are ‘infants’, not ‘children’. They are both people and are born without a parent, and we can’t really blame them for not being able to use the medical marijuana for migraines.
It’s quite possible that the use of marijuana to treat migraines was actually the same use as using marijuana to treat migraines. They are not the same people, but as I understand it, they were simply trying to get us to use one of our medications.