Exactly one week ago, I began the multivitamin regimen as a “migraine cure” based on my brother-in-law’s friend who had miracle results. I felt compelled to try this advice not because I believed in it, but because I knew in my heart I would be second guessed for not giving it a go. As anticipated, the vitamins are not doing a darned thing for my head. Darned? I would rather use a stronger word here, but am trying to keep it PG.
My head hasn’t been being very nice to me lately, but I don’t blame the vitamin for the increase in bad brain nerve joojoo. I’m glad the friend of my brother-in-law found his magic potion in the form of a multivitamin. I’m not a doctor, so I don’t know what the connection was between his migraines and the multivitamins, but I would guess he was lacking something in his system that the vitamin provided. I have tried so many supplements in case I’ve been deficient, but I’ve not been able to wipe away the migraines.
At some point – and I’ve reached some point over and over – I must wave a white flag and say “Enough!”. How many things does a person have to try? I just got done with an experiment to increase Cymbalta® but that failed. Next up is a medication usually given to people who have Alzheimer’s disease. So I am dutifully trying everything the doctors are suggesting. That is plenty. No vitamins needed please.
Seven down, ninety-three more tablets left to go. I will see the vitamin bottle through till it’s empty. If nothing else, I’ll be caught up with the recommended daily allowance of this, that and the other. However this is my last stand on listening to anyone other than an MD recommend a cure for migraines.
I really really mean that this time!!!
This blog and post represent my opinions only. Nothing I’ve written is to be construed as medical advice. Always seek help from a physician before trying any medication or course of therapy.