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Migraine is a chronic neurological disorder characterized by moderate to severe headaches, and nausea. It is about three times more ...
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Common Migraines treatments discussed around the web
Topamax 24,861 Tylenol 20,298 Imitrex 17,293
824,360 conversations around the web about Migraines to help you make a decision
824,360 conversations around the web about Migraines to help you make a decision
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Migraines & Pseudotumor Cerebri

9.27% of the posts that mention Pseudotumor Cerebri also mention Migraines (257 posts)
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PTC) under control then spent the whole night hurting...
" ...Yep spent the whole day trying to get migraine (from pseudotumor cerebri PTC) under control then spent the whole night hurting from arthritis (I have... "

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been on topamax-which is also used to treat migraines-how...
" ...I had really bad migranes too and went through ...diagnose the problem. I have a pseudotumor cerebri-or a false tumor-I've been on topamax-which is also used to treat migraines-how ironic and ha... "

beds. I have PTC (Pseudotumor Cerebri). After trying all...
" ...trying to pull the weeds out of the flower beds. I have PTC (Pseudotumor Cerebri). After trying all of the migraine meds with little to no relief, they did a spinal tap. Come to find out that... "

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i said hello i have pseudotumor cerebri he gave me migraine...
" ...do with me. just this last one that i was suppose to go see i was going to get eye sheathing done but he said my optic nerves were deformed??? i said hello i have pseudotumor cerebri he gave me... "

pseudotumor cerebri, but has found that it has helped with...
" My daughter takes topamax for another pseudotumor cerebri, but has found that it has helped with her migraines also. She has lost over 40 pounds with it. She does... "

which led to diagnosis and treatment for pseudotumor cerebri...
" Becky, Before the spinal tap, which led to diagnosis and treatment for pseudotumor cerebri, no, I wasn't responding to ...to preventives. I wasn't having a Migraine every day, but I was... "

I've suffered from migraine for years until 2007 I was...
" ...two years. I started out on a low dose too but now I'm up to 3x100 mg a day. The only side effect that I've had is weight lost. I've suffered from migraine for years until 2007 I was diagnosed with... "

a Migraine every time unless I take an extra dose of Diamox...
" ...now, but flying will give me a Migraine every time unless I take an extra dose of Diamox about an hour before ...have IIH, BTW. About 75% of the time, that will prevent a Migraine from flying f... "

disc. I also have Pseudotumor Cerebri so I have to...
" ...DDD and bulging and herniating disc. I also have Pseudotumor Cerebri so I have to take morphine, oxicodone and soma. My migraines are what is so hard to control!!! My back,... "

necessary?\"i got diagnosed with pseudotumor cerebri when i...
" ...ask why you took it everyday? Was it like.. preventative to start with then it became necessary?\"i got diagnosed with pseudotumor cerebri when i was pregnant with my son and my doctor told me if i... "

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