The symptoms and discomfort from migraines can go far beyond excruciating head pain. Many people who get headaches, especially those who get migraines, also experience vision problems, dizziness, and vertigo.
In order for these medicines to work, you will need
to use them exactly as your doctor tells you to. You may need to take them daily even when you do not have a headache. Some people only have
to take preventive medicines for a few months. Other people need to take them
long-term. Botulinum toxin is given as multiple shots every 12 weeks.
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March 12, 2014
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