hi- I saw you wrote on another thread bringing up celebrex, so I hunted your thread down!! I am on celebrex and have been for 2 years, but not for migraine, another condition. I have never even considered the celebrex would be helpful for the headache, but as I think back over the past 2 years, I have had less of my mild headaches. You know those headaches that are just annoying, but dont really disrupt your day or your life. These are the headaches I dont bother taking medication for, since I like to take as little meds as possible. Anyway....celebrex. I have not had any side effects on the celebrex. I take 400 mg daily.
Just a bit of info, and I dont know any of your history, so this may not help but.....never hurts to give out info.
I started having migraines when I was 9, but I wasnt diagnosed until I was in my late teens. One of the things that helped, having a food allergy test. I found out that I am allergic to corn and wheat, which you know is in EVERYTHING. I also found out that I have season allergies, but I knew that. So, once I found out the food allergies, I tried to be more aware of what I eat, which then helped with some of the headaches. If you havent been food allergy tested, I would suggest you try this route too. Again, never too much info. You can allergy test at home, google food allergy testing and it will explain how to do so.
With headaches each headache is different, and even if you find something that works for one type of headache doesnt mean it will work for the one you have the next time. I suggest keeping a headache diary, UBIQI, is online and also an app.....works pretty good and my sons neurologist is extremely impressed with the info it tracks.
Again, I hope some of this is helpful and not completely repetitive to what you already know. I wish you the best of luck becoming pain-free
Husband 39 at diagnosis 12/2010.
No symptoms, PSA 18 in 10/2010
one month antibiotic then PSA 12.6 in 11/2010
biopsy end of 11/2010 Gleason 6
Da Vinci prostatectomy 2/2/2011
1-2 pads per day up till around May 2011, then 0!!!
Taking 20 mg levitra daily June 2011.
1st post-op PSA less than .05
3 month post surgery = undetectable
staging: pT2aNo, Gleason6