Central Kentucky Research is currently enrolling Migraine Sufferers in a Clinical Drug Study; The purpose of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of an investigational medication – lasmiditan – at 50 mg, 100 mg, and 200 mg compared to a placebo at 2 hours on migraine headache pain. For more information about thus study please follow this link ------> http://www.ckraresearch.com/migraine-headaches-2/
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Headaches can be annoying. Migraine headaches can bring your entire day to a stop. Luckily, Botox injections can help reduce future headaches for chronic migraine sufferers! View this Frederick family dentist’s infographic for more facts.
BOTOX® (onabotulinumtoxinA) for chronic migraine: The approved dose for Chronic Migraine patients is 155 Units at 31 injection sites divided across 7 specific head/neck muscle areas. The recommended re-treatment schedule is every 12 weeks1 Cervical paraspinal: 10 units each side. Trapezius: 15 Units each side.
Chronic myofascial pain and chronic migraine pain's awesome MIRACLE!!! It's expensive, not all insurances will cover it (mine won't) BUT I have my life back. There are huge chunks of my life that used to be devoted to pain-non stop nerve pain for months at a time. Blinding, vomiting pain. Yes the procedure hurts like cuss word, the results are amazing. Who would have thought Botox would ever be an answered prayer?