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Posted By : Johnfio - 1/22/2016 5:30 PM
Read that low levels could be a migraine culprit.

Posted By : lvmommy81 - 4/21/2016 5:20 AM
Absolutely. If you have Facebook, please join this group. It's called "magnesium advocacy group" It will change your life!

Posted By : Achey all over - 4/30/2016 1:41 PM
Low magnesium can definitely be an issue. Mine is low and when I was in the hospital for my migraines they always gave me magnesium.

I've had daily migraines for 8 weeks straight and when I go for IV infusion therapy they always include magnesium.
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Posted By : BnotAfraid - 5/1/2016 11:37 AM
I don't have my levels checked my daily supplement is added to my med combo
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