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Is it possible to get a migraine every day around the sand time ?

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Dr. Timothy Ashley
14 years experience in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
It is but. . .: This is chronic daily headache, which can have many different causes. Migraine is one. A common cause is medication overuse; people who frequently use (OTC or Rx) headache medicines are at risk to have headaches that are caused by those medicines. If this describes you, a holiday from medication may be in order. Discuss with your PCP or neurologist.
Answered on Aug 28, 2014

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