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Posted by: wanda
Date: August 7, 2000 2:56 AM

Why do I continue to get these migraines on one side of my head, two, three times a day. and my eye on the same side water?

RE: migraines
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, MD
Date: August 7, 2000 11:55 PM

Many migraines are often related to toxicity and to poor digestion. Colon toxicity should be considered first and foremost. A detox program is a good place to start in dealing with migraines, but may not be the full answer. Beyond that there are many other approaches to the treatment of migraines which should tell you that there is no consistently successful treatment. Most people who have migraines eventually settle on a method of limiting the effect of migraines on their lives through some combination of prevention and treatment. A couple preventive items you should consider are Feverfew and Petadolex.

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