Welcome to HCM!
I have read your question and from that it appears that you are suffering form severe migraine
, for which you are prescribed migralives but it is not helping.
You have not mentioned your age, which would have helped in providing answer but if you are below 50 yrs of age, I have seen people showing very good response to regular intake of Tricyclic Acids along with painkiller as and when needed. if your pain is not controlled by normal NSAID, one can go for tapentadol
, or rizatryptan when needed. However, you need to go for a regular treatment for prophylaxis of migraine and with antacids and antiemetics.
I can assure you that with proper medicines these attacks will become the thing of past and you will remain symptom free..
Getting a complete blood count
, lipid profile
will also help in treatment. Please ask your doctor to give you a trail of TCA or SNRI , like venalafaxine for prophylaxis of migraine. I'm sure you will improve like other similar patients.
Hope you get well soon
Feel free to ask more questions
Dr. Manisha Gopal