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Post by SewTexas » Tue Dec 05, 2017 4:39 pm

bmwrdr wrote:
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SewTexas wrote:personally, I think marijuana might have helped my father-in-law's back pain, but he never would have tried it since it's illegal. Now, if a Dr said it would help my migraines I'd go for it night and day. My new neurologist actually mentioned Botox this week, it's suppose to be great for migraines.
Me too. May have to go to Colorado to see if it helps migraines. Doubt it.
Got a new pain med, Zomig....nasal spray, weird, but it worked. Expensive even with insurance.
Technically not a pain med. Zomig I believe is available generic now in pill form and works very well for migraines in some people. Go with the pill and save yourself some money. Just as good as the nasal spray.



I'm having 3 day migraines, even with Imitrex. I need something to work fast since I'm caregiver to my MIL. These 3 day migraines aren't good. He's trying this to see if it will knock them out. It seems to have worked. Just one dose and it was gone! That's worth the $

I'm sorry for the thread drift guys
Strangest thing those migranes. I dealt with it in 2012-13 and it stopped when I added beets to my salad.
most of them I don't know what they are from, the one yesterday was from the change in the barometric pressure from the front.
Migraines have been a constant companion of mine for over 20 years, they've gotten more frequent over the last 5 years or so. I'm really hopeful with this new neuro. If he doesn't work out I'm going to go find some of that pot we were discussing. :lol:
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Re: Honolulu PD begins confiscation of registered guns...

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Post by Pawpaw » Tue Dec 05, 2017 7:25 pm

Honolulu PD To Review Gun Confiscation Policy
The Honolulu Police Department thought it was a fine idea to confiscate guns of anyone with a gun and a medical marijuana card. To say they caught flak for that might just be a slight understatement. For one thing, it was a rare example of the gun rights crowd and the pro-legalization of pot crowd finding themselves on the same side of the discussion and all of that was directed at the Honolulu PD.

Now, they’re taking a step back and reviewing that new policy.
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Re: Honolulu PD begins confiscation of registered guns...

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Post by bmwrdr » Tue Dec 05, 2017 8:46 pm

SewTexas wrote:
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most of them I don't know what they are from, the one yesterday was from the change in the barometric pressure from the front.
Migraines have been a constant companion of mine for over 20 years, they've gotten more frequent over the last 5 years or so. I'm really hopeful with this new neuro. If he doesn't work out I'm going to go find some of that pot we were discussing. :lol:
Sorry to hear about your migraines. I had it in 12/13 as stated and I got rid of it without medication. I changed my diet to about 60% vegetables including plenty beets and the rest greens, onion, farlic, carrots and whatever you find in the vegetable section. The other 40% are chicken, fish and a steak maybe once a month, nothing greasy and no sugar at all. For dressing I use oil and vinegar.
I aslso walk at least 2 miles a day and up to 30 miles a day. I don't have a TV and the only screen time I get is on my PC and that I keep at a minimum.
Try it, it does not hurt but it will change the chemistry in your body in a positive way.
Did I mention vinegar? I have at least a shot glass of apple cider vinegar mixed in a glas of water.
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Post by anygunanywhere » Tue Dec 05, 2017 10:13 pm

bmwrdr wrote:
SewTexas wrote:
rotor wrote:
SewTexas wrote:
rotor wrote:
SewTexas wrote:personally, I think marijuana might have helped my father-in-law's back pain, but he never would have tried it since it's illegal. Now, if a Dr said it would help my migraines I'd go for it night and day. My new neurologist actually mentioned Botox this week, it's suppose to be great for migraines.
Me too. May have to go to Colorado to see if it helps migraines. Doubt it.
Got a new pain med, Zomig....nasal spray, weird, but it worked. Expensive even with insurance.
Technically not a pain med. Zomig I believe is available generic now in pill form and works very well for migraines in some people. Go with the pill and save yourself some money. Just as good as the nasal spray.



I'm having 3 day migraines, even with Imitrex. I need something to work fast since I'm caregiver to my MIL. These 3 day migraines aren't good. He's trying this to see if it will knock them out. It seems to have worked. Just one dose and it was gone! That's worth the $

I'm sorry for the thread drift guys
Strangest thing those migranes. I dealt with it in 2012-13 and it stopped when I added beets to my salad.
Mine stopped when I started using my CPAP to treat my sleep apnea.
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Re: Honolulu PD begins confiscation of registered guns...

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Post by ELB » Wed Dec 06, 2017 10:42 am

Back to drifting: my wife suffers from migraines a lot. Zomig nasal inhaler works -- sometimes -- to relieve it, the Zomig pills don't. Worth trying the pills, but the route of delivery seems to matter. Nasal works much faster, probably doesn't last as long.

She did Botox injections for prevention of migraine, but as far as I could tell it didn't help much. She is just starting to try Depakote now as a daily migraine preventative. She has had it in the past as a rescue med to stop some migraines that lasted over a month (!), and it worked well for that.

Good luck to anyone who has to deal with migraines.
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Re: Honolulu PD begins confiscation of registered guns...

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Post by SewTexas » Wed Dec 06, 2017 3:00 pm

ELB wrote:Back to drifting: my wife suffers from migraines a lot. Zomig nasal inhaler works -- sometimes -- to relieve it, the Zomig pills don't. Worth trying the pills, but the route of delivery seems to matter. Nasal works much faster, probably doesn't last as long.

She did Botox injections for prevention of migraine, but as far as I could tell it didn't help much. She is just starting to try Depakote now as a daily migraine preventative. She has had it in the past as a rescue med to stop some migraines that lasted over a month (!), and it worked well for that.

Good luck to anyone who has to deal with migraines.
a month long migraine! oh heavens! I had one that lasted 4 days, that was my longest and more than long enough for me.
the Zomig does have an injectable that is suppose to be even faster and better than the nasal, I'm afraid to ask how much those are. :shock: plus I'm slightly needle phobic.
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