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We see a neurologist every six months and he is also on daily meds. He has imitrex and maxalt for when they get really bad and they also just prescribed him another nasal spray treatment (can't remember the name). It's so hard to see them going thru this so young and it's hard as a child to get thru school and sports in that condition. Last year he missed several days b/c of it but he really tries to go anyway.
But, I would like to go into the appointment knowing as much as I can on calcium channel blockers before I bring it up to him as something we could maybe try first instead. I read about them on wikipedia already, and in some of my science magazines, so I know a bit about what they are and how they work... but... what I am really interested in now is what people's first hand experience with that type of medication is. Thanks so much!!!
If you're sure, then it is obviously something you're stuck with for a while, but if it was actually an allergy to a secondary ingredient in a particular manufacturer's formulation of the gadolinium-based product, you might have alternatives. Wikipedia (always a source you'll need to verify, IMHO) lists six names with Gadolinium, and six with iron oxide, and also discusses manganese solutions. It sounds, though, like they might not be as helpful in imaging for MS.
I have maybe 3 or 4 migraines a month now and they don't last long when I take my rescue drug (Maxalt). I also take Verapamil 180 mgm twice a day. I agree, it is better to take the lowest effective dose.
//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Panic_attack I am now going to go to a doctor to hopefully give me a perscription for anxiety disorders. I've had blood work done, a CT-scan done, and even had my thyroid tested. I was scared to death that I was going to die and that I was having a heart-attack or something. Panic Attacks described me to a T. Being aware of that has already made my day better. I have to constantly remind myself that it's all in my head and it really has helped.
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