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How does migren headache gets cured?

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Dr. Ahmad Saab
Family Medicine 45 years experience
Migraine headache: There is no cure for migraine headache but many medications help to control it. Tryptans such as immitex help if taken as soon as the headache starts. Midrin or nsaids such as naprosyn help if the headache is already there and severe. Topamax (topiramate) helps to prevent it.
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