I have migraine.

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Try Pain Meds See MD. All i can recommend is try over the counter meds like Excdrine,Ibuprofen or Tylenol.If it does not help yu will need prescription meds from your doctor which are specific for Migraine acute attack.

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How to know if I have migraine?

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