Nerve decompression surgery for migraines

I had to retire at 62 because of chronic migraines. After retirement I had a 3 month migraine.  I had nerve decompression surgery 3 years ago and have been migraine free except for ragweed season which is controlled with a nasal spray

There is a surgery for migraines although not everyone is a candidate for surgery. It is not brain surgery. It is similar to carpal tunnel surgery. Mine was done by a plastic surgery. This surgery can be looked up on the internet.

It saved my life.

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