I had headaches most of my childhood, but never had a migraine until I was 33. By this time I had two children, the youngest was 4-years old, and I hadn't been sick since I was a kid. At first the migraines were just 5-6 a month, around my period. I talked to my gynecologist, who told me to see a neurologist, but thankfully gave me some Maxalt to get by on until then. When I took it the first time I thought it was a miracle!

Flurbiprofen is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) that is indicated for rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis but has also proven to reduce migraine intensity and frequency. Flurbiprofen can be taken intermittently to treat a headache attack. One study indicated that the efficacy of flurbiprofen in migraine prevention...

Ketorloac is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) in both injectable and oral form that has been found to be as effective as a narcotic in treating severe headache pain. NSAIDs are effective in treating acute headaches and they are not habit forming. However, as a...