7 Signs Your Migraine Treatment Isn't Working
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Is there a better migraine treatment out there for you?

Migraines aren’t your typical headaches. The severe head pain, nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light and sound can last for hours, or even days. If you’ve ever been in the throes of a migraine, you know how desperate you can feel for the symptoms to subside. Unfortunately, there isn’t one universal treatment to help all migraine sufferers. But if you can recognize signs your current migraine treatment is not working as well as it should, you can be proactive in finding one that brings you the relief you deserve.

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