I wonder if anyone is in the same boat as me? I suffer from menstrual related migraines. Over the years these have become more frequent. Beta blockers worked for a while, then stopped working. As the frequency of my migraines increased so did my use of my trusted triptan and before long I had medication overuse headache (MOH) Neurologist has told me I cannot take triptans any more due to MOH as they will no longer help me. No preventative is working. I am now getting a migraine each week, without fail lasting 4-5 days. I will be having Botox soon. My concern is if that doesn't work, then what? I will be seeking a second neurologist opinion as I don't feel I'm being taken seriously and have been put in the too hard basket. I work full time and can't keep taking so much time off work. I'd hoped seeking specialist treatment would set me on the right path but I just keep hearing how hard menstrual migraine is to treat and that I just have to live with it. Surely that can't be right.