I already take Magnesium, a multivitamin with probiotic and calcium with Vitamin D (for Osteoporosis) I also take Glucosamine for creaky knees!
I'm thinking of trying a Vitamin B boost - apparently my maternal grandmother suffered crippling headaches (probably migraine) and used to swear by her "Yeasties", which I think must be Yeastvite, which I believe is Vitamin B based. Which B vitamin is the best to take and in what quantity? I'm a vegetarian, so I know B12 is important.
I tried taking Feverfew some years ago, but it gave me terrible mouth ulcers, so I am loath to try that again.
I was reading up on Migraine Support Formula, but it seems to be US based and I'm a bit wary of trying anything that's not been tried and tested in the UK. From other posts on this forum I suspect there is no "one size fits all" answer, but some guidelines and personal experience stories might be helpful. I am currently taking 20 or more triptans a month just to be able to continue to function and I would love to reduce that without having to go cold turkey or take any other preventatives, none of which have worked in the past. I'm supposed to be on a waiting list for Botox but haven't heard from my Neurologist for nearly two months.
Thanks for any input, Patti