My new Dr prescribed me this as a preventative. He told me that while it is not approved in the US, it is a very safe drug, and very effective world wide, and that it is the only preventative designed specifically to prevent migraines. I was just looking around on here and nothing is written about it so I thought I'd start a new topic. I am also going to continue the nadalol and continue to go up on it unless it starts to work, or I get dizzy...up to 80 mg of course. I am also going to try the migrainal nasal spray, and if it doesn't work, try the DHE-45, or try that instead if my insurance wont cover migrainal, which it may not. He also prescribed ketaprofen, maybe because torodol works forme IV, but not pill form? AND I got a new anti nauseous med, zofran, which I filled today in Boston as I was having a really bad day nausea wise (and migraine wise), and have already tried. I had to take a second pill for it to cut out the nausea, but it worked. So anyway, go back for a follow up on October 3, so hopefully by then I will be feeling lots better. If anyone has any thoughts on all these new meds, feel free to chime in. Oh and I am to simplify my ha diary to marking mild, moderate, or severe on each day as I am getting them daily.