20 years Professional Medical Anesthesiologist/Algologist trained and licensed in Mexico City and Bolivia with an impeccable record of patient care. Proven ability to not only perform job duties at Hospital Administrator, highest standard, but also make appropriate decisions in high stress and high-risk situations. Committed to ensuring proper procedure and guidelines.
Migraine pain, even pain localized in the head, is unique for each person. Our brains have several different pathways that both trigger and block pain, and different treatments like anticonvulsants, antidepressants, opioids and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDS) each block separate pathways. Different migraine drugs or combinations of drugs may work, or not, for each patient. Dehlin warns that it can take time to test a drug, and then more time to wean off of it if the treatment is ineffective or causes unmanageable side effects.18 March 2021