Migraine Therapy

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A migraine is a certain type of headache caused by specific physiologic changes in the brain which causes severe head pain that is often accompanied by sensitivity to light, sound, or even smells.

The common symptoms of migraine include the following:

  • Ocular Pain or Eye Pain
  • Nausea and Vomiting
  • Severe, “throbbing” or “pounding” pain, usually on one side of the head
  • Sensitivity to light, sound, and smell
  • Experiencing warning symptoms prior to migraine attacks such as flashing lights, blind spot, numbness or weakness on one side of the body

The exact cause of migraine headaches is still unknown and there is no specific cure. Traditional medicine offers many options but patients prefer compounded medication for treatment alternatives. Compounded medication, oftentimes, are more cost-effective, efficient and have lower risk of side effects. If hormonal imbalance is a potential cause of migraines, the proper therapy can be addressed with compounding medication.

Conventional Treatment

Medical treatment for migraines usually includes over-the-counter medications, naproxen sodium or prescription medications. However, not everyone can take these medications and there are usually specific limitations regarding how often these medications can be taken. Choosing a specific medication depends on a variety of factors such as age, sex, blood pressure and other pre-existing medical conditions.

Non-medication options range from avoidance of dietary triggers to exercises such as yoga.

The Science of Compounding Medications

If you are not acquiring relief from conventional medications due to their side-effects, then compounding might be the answer for you. At Chancy Drugs, we can help you obtain relief from your pounding headaches through our personalized compounding medications that are available in various forms. A prescription compound proven effective as migraine therapy is lidocaine nasal solution. This therapy has fewer side effects. Oral dosage forms are most commonly prescribed, but with the option to consult a compounding pharmacist, a variety of options are available to meet the patient’s needs. Some dosage forms are as follows:

  • Oral Capsules or Liquids
  • Transdermal Creams or Gels
  • Nasal Sprays or Drops
  • Sublingual Drops
  • Quick-Dissolving Tablets
  • Anhydrous Gel Base

If you are suffering from migraines, our licensed compounding pharmacists at Chancy Drugs can help you decide on your options from advanced and personalized treatments and solutions. When a patient, physician and compounding pharmacist all agree for the patient’s wellness and factor in the developments with prescription compounding, successful treatment and prevention of migraine pain is possible.

If your current medications don’t seem to be working for you, call 229- 245-9922 and we, at Chancy Drugs will work hand in hand with your primary physician to provide you relief as soon as we can.