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I got diagnosed with migraines in December 2016. My neurologist prescribed Tylex and Aleve for 1 week and it helped control the migraines. After that, would get occasional headaches few times a month, but they weren’t that severe and could be cured with an Ibuprofen. All of a sudden, this month, I started feeling nauseous and got strong headaches. I didn’t make the connection that my migraines had returned. Starting tomorrow, I will take the doses of Tylex and Aleve to help me control the migraines. Right now, I’m going through a lot of stress and anxiety since I am about to graduate and I have so much on my mind right now. Hopefully, the Tylex and Aleve will help me.

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Comments

  • Joanna Bodner moderator
    2 years ago

    Hi there adriana0102, Thanks for taking the time to share your migraine story with us. I am sure sorry to hear how stressful things have been for you and that you begun to experience migraine attacks again. I sure hope that you once begin the recommended treatment regimen that you begin to experience some relief. However, it is important to note that while you may find a treatment that will provide you with the relief and means to effectively manage this condition, there is currently not a cure for migraine.

    I thought I’d share an article which may provide you with some additional techniques to possibly help to alleviate and minimize stress – https://migraine.com/blog/10-uncommon-ways-to-reduce-stress-for-health/.

    Thanks again for sharing this & especially for being part of our community! -Joanna (Migraine.com Team)

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