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This is Dr. Bonilla, experienced in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary and Critical Care.
I understand your concerns. In your case you should look for a pain clinic. They usually have more experience with opioids. Your PCP can refer you to pain clinic. Let me know if you have any other questions.
In fact percocette is a very bad medication to use for migraine.
Migraine patients that use opiates chronically have very bad outcomes in studies done. they have higher rates of heart disease, early death from other causes, and other problem.
Just going to a pain clinic is not going to get you a medication you want.
And this medication can make your overall migraine picture worse.
I suggest that you go to a headache specialist, pain clinic or headache clinic. There are many, many proper medication choices which I am sure you have not had.
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