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  • Dear Migraine and headache sufferers;


    We hope you're enjoying MyMigraineConnection as much as we are. It's a pleasure to be here to answer your questions in such a productive and supportive atmosphere.


    Over the last few weeks, there has been an increasing number of questions sent to us via private messages sent to our profiles and our Ask the Clinician profile. They're questions about symptoms, medications, etc., and they're requests for us to recommend a Migraine and headache specialist.


    We are dedicated to anwering your questions and helping you in your quest to receive the care you need and make progress in your treatment. However, time is a finite thing, and there are limits to how much work can be fit into a day's time. For this reason, and so that others might also benefit from your questions and the answers to them, we ask that you please submit your questions to our Ask the Clinician column via the appropriate form, not as private messages to our profiles or via email.

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    Questions submitted will be answered in our Ask the Clinician column in the order in which they're received. None can be answered via email.


    For information on how to submit an question, please see the section below, which also appears on each page of Ask the Clinician.


    Thank you,

    John Claude Krusz & Teri Robert



    If you have a question, please click HERE. Accepted questions will be answered by publishing the answers here. Due to the number of questions submitted, no questions will be answered privately, and questions will be accepted only when submitted via THIS FORM. Please do not submit questions via email, private message, or SharePost comments. Thank you.


    Please note: We cannot handle emergencies or diagnose via the Internet. Please do not ask us to diagnose; see your physician for diagnosis.


    We hope you find this general medical and health information useful, but this Q & A is meant to support not replace the professional medical advice you receive from your doctor. For all personal medical and health matters, including decisions about diagnoses, medications and other treatment options, you should always consult your doctor. See full Disclaimer.

Published On: October 16, 2007