I cannot find any scholarly articles talking about
the use of vitamin B2 as a prophylactic for migraines. I did find a couple articles from the 50's about
using B12 as a prophylactic, but they were in German so I have no clue what they said. But the fact that there isn't any scientific studies done on it probably means its not proven to help.
You should definitly ask your doctor about
taking a supplement that will give you more than the daily allowance - especially with B vitamins.
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