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What's usually recommended for getting rid of migraines?
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Dr. James Wolfe
Pain Management
4 doctors agree
In brief: See your doctor
First and foremost, you must be diagnosed with migraines.
See your primary care provider and request a referral to a neurologist. The vast majority of headaches, regardless of their severity, are not migraines. Migrainous headaches should be evaluated to insure that the cause is not from other pathology, such as glaucoma, intracranial tumors, etc.

In brief: See your doctor
First and foremost, you must be diagnosed with migraines.
See your primary care provider and request a referral to a neurologist. The vast majority of headaches, regardless of their severity, are not migraines. Migrainous headaches should be evaluated to insure that the cause is not from other pathology, such as glaucoma, intracranial tumors, etc.
Dr. James Wolfe
Dr. James Wolfe
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Dr. Shabbir Hossain
Internal Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Triggers?
Best if u can identify triggers for your migraines and get rid of those.
If that's not possible, talk to your doctor about medications for prophylaxis.

In brief: Triggers?
Best if u can identify triggers for your migraines and get rid of those.
If that's not possible, talk to your doctor about medications for prophylaxis.
Dr. Shabbir Hossain
Dr. Shabbir Hossain
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