I have a migraine every single day, no matter what. The way it usually works is: after the pain reaches level 10, I get a shot of demerol and phenergan, which usually knocks the pain down to about a level 5. After a day or two, the migraine keeps inching up in the severity. The migraine never gets any better without narcotics to knock it back down a little bit. Without the narcotics, the severity just continually increases.
My doctor said he's never heard of a migraine that acts like that, which isn't really something I want to hear. He's finiding it "difficult to treat such an unusual person/case." I was wondering if anyone else has similar migraines and if so, if they've found any kind of treatment that helps or if they could recommend a certain doctor to me.
Dx: Chronic Daily Migraines & Chronic Depression
Daily meds: Trazadone, Norpramin & Cymbalta
PRN meds: Tylonal #3