I have always gotten incredibly bad migraines, since I was a baby. I started getting Aura migraines in sixth grade. Loss of vision for about 30 minutes and then a horrific migraine that lasts days, followed by sensitive eyes. I want to know what medication I can ask my doctors about. I have a few health problems, so it's been difficult for me to know which I can take.
I would suggest just going into ur DR & describing it as you have above. THEY will decide the best medication to treat you. Most DRs don't take too kindly to being told which meds the patient thinks may help & they'll already know ur history so can pick a medication you may never have heard of.
Migraines are horrible. I've suffered with them for as long as I can remember & wouldn't wish them on my worst enemy.
Hope you can get some relief. Please post an update once u see ur DR
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