THINGS I HAVE TRIED IN AN EFFORT TO GET RID OF THIS MIGRAINE
if you have a suggestion i would love it
- •sudafedmaybe it's sinus related?
- •ice pack on my headrefreshing, but no dice.
- •attempting to sleepthe sensation of a drill going into my temple is not setting the mood for sleep.
- •a diet mountain dewbasically the equivalent of battery acid, i know, but, desperate times.
- •acupressurejust pushing on damn near everything to see if there's any relief.
- •took my earrings offdoes anyone else do this
- •Toradol (ketorlac) - injections... Anti inflammatory that tends to work well for migraines. ((Sorry))Suggested by @john
- •Acupressure point between thumb and index fingerThis one does the trick for me ... Feel better :)Suggested by @Celina
- •For future reference, these help with me: http://www.koolnsoothe.com.au/kool_n_soothe_for_migrainesBut also Panadol/Tylenol or ibuprofen + codeine.Suggested by @kaitmaree
- •I have chronic migraines and here's what works for me - sucking on a peppermint, elevate your feet so your knees are above your heart, put an ice pack on your forehead and a hot compress on the back of your neck. Also run a scalding hot bath and put your feet in the water.Suggested by @aniko
- •Also if you get them regularly I suggest getting prescription medicine for it. I have the generic brand of Midrin and I'm pretty sure it's black magic it works so well.Suggested by @aniko
- •The only thing that works for my migraines is a drug called Mersyndol which is a brand name for the combination of acetaminophen, codeine, and doxylamine.Suggested by @daniellesmale
- •Maxalt, a prescription drug that used to be insanely expensive ($500 for 9 pills). Now available in generic. Added bonus: it also comes tab that melts in your mouth for faster absorption! Keep them at home, in purse, in office, in car. Highly recommend.Suggested by @dianderson