"Just checking in. I had one aura without migraine pain in September 2014 and was quite surprised. It has been a year and a half since that odd one.and no migraines. Still talking KAL magnesium glycinate 200mg twice a day, 400 total. So i..."
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Ryan, I believe, is gone from MH. At his request, all of his old posts were removed and I no longer have any way to contact him.
As to your question regarding the conversion of Xanax/diazepam, I suggest calling your local pharmacist who will be more than happy to give you this information.
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