Migraine and Headache Questions - week of 05/28/07

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  • Do you have questions about headaches or Migraines? Many of our readers do, and each week, and Dr. John Claude Krusz and Teri Robert answer some of them. Dr. Krusz is a world recognized headache and migraine expert, often conducting groundbreaking research at his clinic in Dallas. Here are this week's questions and answers...
    1. Migraines after sexual intercourse, beta blockers? Full question and answer.
    2. Zolmitriptan reaction, Migraleve, exertion trigger? Full question and answer.
    3. Cluster headaches, serotonin levels, "body clocks?" Full question and answer.
    4. Chronic headaches & Migraines - NOT rebound? Full question and answer.
    5. Lisionopril and Diamox effective for Migraine with vestibular manifestations? Full question and answer.
    6. Smoking as a Migraine trigger? Identifying triggers? Full question and answer.
    7. Increased blood pressure and Migraines? Full question and answer.
    8. What is orgasmic headache? Full question and answer.
    9. Difference in triptans for Migraine symptom relief? Full question and answer.
    10. Maxalt and Zoloft? Migraine preventives? Full question and answer.

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Published On: May 28, 2007