Migraine Headache FAQs (cont.)
Edward Lubin, MD, PhD
Joseph Carcione Jr, DO, MBA
Francisco Talavera, PharmD, PhD
James H Halsey, MD
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Will migraine headaches eventually go away on their own?
Migraineurs must have realistic expectations and should understand that their headaches are a chronic (long-term) condition that will likely be with them for their entire lives. The good news is that the prognosis is very good once the headaches are under control. Migraineurs should expect to tryseveral times beforefinding an effective treatment plan. Different drugs work for different people, and several may have to be tried before finding the best one for a specific person. In many instances, a combination of different medications is needed to provide relief.
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