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HELP ! I suffer from a chronic external nose irritation. Doc says it's sensitive nerve endings. They tingle/throb constantly at the tip(feels like contact). The area below my lower lip is similarly affected. I'm told it may be a common nerve(trigeminal?). Swiping yields but temporary relief. It always creeps back. I've tried a PLETHORA of topicals to no avail: OTCs of drug stores, returns to East Coast manufacturers, and compounded medicine, et al.
I suffer from a chronic external nose irritation: idiopathic paresthesia?(my) Doc says it's sensitive nerve endings. They tingle/throb constantly at the tip(nasal dorsal nerve?) The area below my lower lip is similarly affected. No neuralgia, ie pain. Swiping yields but temporary relief. It always creeps back. I've tried a plethora of topicals to no avail: OTCs(all) , returns to East Coast manufacturers, and compounded medicine.
Amitrityline-2%, Ketoprofen – 10%, Gabapentin 3%, Lidocaine2%, and Transdermal Gel – 60 g. TID And I also use a prescription Lidocaine nasal ointment which again does not enter the blood stream. It's unpleasant, but effective which may be why my neurologist took 2 years to prescribe it for me. You need to insert the ointment very slowly so that only a small amount goes down your throat, but not enough to matter. He prescribed 2 ml in each nostril, no matter which side the headache is on.
Amitrityline-2%, Ketoprofen – 10%, Gabapentin – 3%, Lidocaine – 2% and Transdermal Gel – 60 g. Needs a prescription to get. You'll need a special pharmacy who can mix it up. If you have trouble finding one, my pharmacy also mails them out. Also, putting an ice pad on your head can sometimes help a migraine. Let me know if this info helps you at all. Good luck.
Need to correct one paragraph that I wrote above. Correction is in capital letters. "I still have "crashes" of my migraines when I do a little bit too much. Then I take Esgic which controls them the best. It has Butalbital plus caffeine--a barbituate. And since I can't take it more than one day a week, then I switch to Lorcet--an opiate which helps some. Also use ice packs.
HELP ! I suffer from a chronic external nose irritation. Doc says it's sensitive nerve endings. They tingle/throb constantly at the tip(feels like contact). The area below my lower lip is similarly affected. I'm told it may be a common nerve(trigeminal?). Swiping yields but temporary relief. It always creeps back. I've tried a PLETHORA of topicals to no avail: OTCs of drug stores, returns to East Coast manufacturers, and compounded medicine, et al.
(topics not germane) I suffer from a chronic external nose irritation: idiopathic paresthesia?(my) Doc says it's sensitive nerve endings. They tingle/throb constantly at the tip(nasal dorsal nerve?) The area below my lower lip is similarly affected. No neuralgia, ie pain. I'm told it may be a common nerve. Swiping yields but temporary relief. It always creeps back. I've tried a plethora of topicals to no avail: OTCs(all) , returns to East Coast manufacturers, and compounded medicine.
My doctor recently prescribed a compound cream for my pain. It is a mix of lidocaine gabapentin cyclobenzaprine and ketoprofen. It seems to work well on nerve pain if you apply it to the pain at the center. It is filled through medi--stat Rx. Unfortunately some insurance plans such as mine do not cover it. However, you can still get a small amount for around $35. If he keeps the pain at bay for more than a day, then the small amount can still last a while.
Amitrityline-2%, Ketoprofen – 10%, Gabapentin 3%, Lidocaine2%, and Transdermal Gel – 60 g. TID And I also use a prescription Licaine nasal ointment which again does not enter the blood stream. I just saw my 6th neurologist at the University of Michigan who specializes in migraines and has a very long wait list of about 8-9 months. He suggested raising my anti-depressants way up, because anit-depressants also suppress nerve pain.
Amitrityline-2%, Ketoprofen – 10%, Gabapentin – 3%, Lidocaine – 2% and Transdermal Gel – 60 g. Needs a prescription to get. If you can't find a specialty pharmacy to mix up the ingredients, the pharmacy that I use in Michigan does mail them out. I put it where the headache hurts worse which is on the front of my face. It helps the milder to moderate migraines. And getting them early may prevent the more serious ones.
it is a mixture of amitryptiline, gabapentin, ketoprofen and lidocaine. i got it a few days ago and it does seem to help.. it doesnt take it away but it does dull it some. unfortunately even with insurance my cost is 55 dollars. at this point my medications cost over 500.00 a month. my husband never complains but i know it is a huge financial burden.
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Amitrityline-2%, Ketoprofen – 10%, Gabapentin – 3%, Lidocaine – 2% and Transdermal Gel – 60 g. By prescription. I use it most days of the month. No rebound headaches because it doesn't get into the blood stream. I know of a pharmacy which will even mail it to you, if you don't have a special pharmacy where you are. I've been in bed most of the last 2 weeks waiting for my Botox to take effect. And I've been doing more training sessions which have greatly aggravated my migraines.
So, now I am on Emla (mixture of Lidocaine/prilocaine) and it numbs the area so I can sleep. I know this isn't the best solution but I NEED some sleep. I am also going to a Spinal Correction Center, esssentially a Chiropractor. I have never been to one and not so sure about it. But, I have been adjusted once and I slept that night. I saw my X-Rays and my neck needs some realignment for sure. Anyways, I hope this helps someone out there. Look up BRP.
I had a lot of relief with gabapentin. The neurologist prescribed it to me and I started off with a low dose (100 mg) per day. The maximum benefit, for me, was when I took 300 mg 4 times per day. One in the morning, at lunch, around 6 pm, and right before bed. It took the itching away for a good while (at least 6 months). I'm not sure if I built a tolerance to the drug but, I've read that the most benefit is experienced at some point and then it tapers off.
Amitrityline-2%, Ketoprofen – 10%, Gabapentin – 3%, Lidocaine – 2% and Transdermal Gel – 60 g. By prescription. I use it many days of the month. No rebound headaches because it doesn't get into the blood stream. Especially helps when the migraines are milder. But of course timing is always important. Getting them early usually prevents the more serious ones. But not always.
Amitrityline-2%, Ketoprofen – 10%, Gabapentin – 3%, Lidocaine – 2% and Transdermal Gel – 60 g. Needs a prescription to get. My pharmacy even mails it out. I hope that you aren't being hard on yourself. It must be difficult for you not to have full understanding of your situation. My husband occasionally refers to things that I haven't done, then I come back at him that I am so disabled by my migraines. I think he forgets sometimes. Most of the time he warns me about not doing too much.
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