Please give my an advise. I have strugled with dayly migraines and I have to go to work.the doctor gave me a lot of pils that didn,t work properly. only injections work but the doctor didn`t want to presctibe it to my, even avoid to discuss about injection.
What is wrong with injection, i don.,t get it.
I am a new commer in Canada and I don,t know to much about its healthcare.
Give me any sugestion please.
How are you? Some injections are not recommended for chronic use because of their side effects. If ice packs and medications do not work, you can also try complementary and alternative medicine. Biofeedback, relaxation techniques, self-hypnosis and acupuncture has been effective to some headache sufferers. You can try these and see if they work for you. Take care do keep us posted.
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