Has anyone had success with Zanaflex as a migraine or chronic headache preventive? If so, what dosage worked best, and with or without food? Also, how long did it work for you? I am specifically interested in preventing migraine/headache pain that comes on mostly while asleep (3-5 days a week). Sumatriptan (Imitrex) is an effective abortive, but tends to cause rebound headaches.
The following preventives work fairly well (50-70 percent reduction) for 6-8 weeks, then stop, and I must change to a different type for a while: Topamax, Nadolol, Propranolol, Zonisamide. miamitennismom
i have had migraine all my life since i was 4 iam now 44 think i have tried eve.rything u name it , y dont u get ur dr 2 put u on a maxalt wafer when u have a migraine take it rite away it takes the swollen vessels down then take 2 co-codamol 30/500 and it should ease , the pain killer will only work if u have the maxalt wafer its like mint and it melts very quick on ur tongue
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