768044 tn?1294223436

Migraine Tracker - Preventative Treatmeants


Could you please add the following treatments to the migraine tracker, or could you add these treatments under a new section called "Preventative Treatments":

- Antidepressant
- Anticonvulsant
- Beta Blocker
- Calcium Channel Blocker
- Botox Injection
- Magnesium
- Vitamin B2
- Coenzyme Q10
- Feverfew

This would be very helpful to the vast number of chronic migraine sufferers who use the MedHelp Migraine Tracker.

Thank you,
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768044 tn?1294223436
I personally use an Anticonvulsant, Botox Injections, Beta Blockers, Magnesium and Coenzyme Q10.

The only thing that is currently on the migraine tracker prevention wise that I use is topamax, the anticonvulsant. The other medications are not currently listed. So, if you add the other things it would be very useful for me. But, everything on the original list I gave you are common first line preventative treatments for migraine prevention that lots of people who use the migraine tracker take... so adding all of them would be helpful. But, personally, for me, the addition of Botox Injections, Beta Blockers, Magnesium and Coenzyme Q10 to the migraine tracker would be helpful.
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10947 tn?1281404252
Thanks for the suggestions. Please correct me if I'm wrong, but it looks like the only difference between the two lists is the addition of Calcium Channel Blockers in this list. CA channel blockers are already available today on the Migraine Tracker. Everything else we'll add in the next round of updates.

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10947 tn?1281404252
Thanks for the suggestions. We just wanted to let you know that anti-depressants, anticonvulsants, beta blockers, botox injections, Vitamin B12, magnesium, and Coenzyme Q10 are now available in the Migraine/Headache Tracker.

Thanks, MedHelp

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