Posted by Ueli (184.108.40.206) on June 04, 2000 at 06:43:07:
In Reply to: Just diagnosed posted by robert on June 03, 2000 at 20:31:00:
The propranolol (inderal) your doc prescribed is a beta blocker. Besides it's standard use (heart disease) it is quite useful for migraine patients. However, in the last 52800 post on this board there was, as far as I remember, only one (and rather doubtful) 'cure' reported for CH. But quite a few reported, like you, no success with beta blockers. But many here use another 'heart medication' class for prevention: the calcium cannel blockers, the one most widely used is Verapamil. The trick is to use a rather high dose, 240 mg/day or more. Talk to your doc about Verapamil.
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