First you can start by using anti-inflammatory drugs and do a calendar where you note the time, duration of head aches and what relieved your pain. If you find that anti-inflammatory doesn't work you can use vitamin B2 (Riboflavin). Usually this vitamin helps well in migraine head aches. Ask your doctor for the appropriate dosage and duration of treatment. Of course there are more treatments that are present for migraine but you should consult your neurologist
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