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I am a double board certified US doctor and I will help you with this.
I am completely familiar with the frustrating nature of this situation.
You have not really asked a question. We answer questions.
We do not treat, prescribe or diagnose.
However, I have a few suggestions.
If you have not had a complete vacation from medications, that should be tried. Even if it is for a short time.
This often renders medications more effective.
I suggest you have your magnesium levels checked. The "normal range" is not reliable. If you are under 2.5 you should supplement. 50% of migraine sufferers will respond to a degree. 90% of those who also have mitral valve prolapse.
You should have your cervical spine evaluated by an Md of physical medicine and rehabilitation, and infact your entire structure. You might benefit from physical therapy, combined with biofeedback.
Many migraines respond very well to acupuncture [Chinese medicine type acupuncture] and I highly recommend that you find a good practitioner.
That is all for starters.
And of course you should be working with a headache specialist.
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