Migraine Headache FAQs


What was the most effective treatment for your migraine headaches? Submit Your Comment

Comment from: BlondeHeartBreaker, 55-64 Female (Patient) Published: July 16

Peripheral nerve surgery was the only thing that has helped for my migraine headaches. It got rid of the pain in the back of my head, but not the constant pain in my face. It has been 16 years since this nightmare started. I’ve tried every single thing and I’ve failed everything else. Hoping to start Emgality soon.

Comment from: Junebug, 55-64 Female (Patient) Published: May 23

Surprisingly, Excedrin Migraine works best, albeit for short periods of time.

Comment from: Irene L., 65-74 Female (Patient) Published: February 04

I've taken everything. So far the best medicines for migraine headaches are beta blockers or Relpax. Also acupuncture or acupressure have helped. Drinking hot chamomile tea can help.


A migraine is a result of neurological (nerve) dysfunction. See Answer

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