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How Parenting Affects My Migraine Medication Choices

Living with migraine disease and caring for kid(s) can seem like it's impossible sometimes. In this video, migraine advocate Lisa Benson talks about how being a parent of a young child influences how she treats her migraine attacks. She discusses why she takes a lower dose of some medications, how soon she treats her migraine attacks, and the alternative therapies she's tried and why. We hope some of what she's learned is helpful to you. Feel free to share what has worked for your specific situation!

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