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What is the permanent cure for migraine ?

Hi, I am 33 year old man, I am suffering with migraine since last 8 years. Upto last year when I visit to any clinic they told it is is synus, but last year I visited one clinic, then only I knew I suffer with migraine not with synus. Before it is coming once in a day around one week to 10 days. But this time I am facing more than four times in a days that also very civier headache . Let me know is there any permanent cure for this.
Asked On : Wed, 6 Jul 2011
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Hi,Sateesh,thanks for query.Please understand that migrain is chornic problem.First of all please visit a neurophysician and confirm the diagnosis first.Migraine headache is at the same place every time,it never changes side.There very good medicines available today which can surely help you.Also note that there a medicines which you need to take on regular basis even in the absence of problem to prevent the attack of migraine.
wishing you good health.
Answered: Wed, 6 Jul 2011
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