Learned a long long time ago on to hop from med to med

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Posted by NickD ( on April 07, 2001 at 08:05:30:

In Reply to: Imigran etc posted by Simon on April 07, 2001 at 00:38:26:

and go through a two week dry out period, also purchased a Physicians Handbook and a medical dictionary and checked myself for contraindications, I am not the only one on this board that experience major complications with these two meds and somewhat detest posts where someone states, this or that is the greatest, and everyone should try it, where maybe for that person, but not for everyone. I also learned not to try a new medication on a weekend when the regular doctors are gone and the new college grads take over and learned to call my neuro immediately when unusual side effects pop up, even call him to thank him if a med does give some relief, they prescribe the stuff with no knowledge how it is going to react, on the verap, I was treated as a heart victim for a guy that was in pretty good shape cycling 150 miles per week and working out, getting off the verap was the quickest cure as the imitrex, plus a host of other meds that didn't work, have two drawers full of meds with notes about side effects, quite a substancial investment in cash that for me is totally useless. Each person requires different treatment and that is between that person and his/her doctor.

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