Migraine is underdiagnosed and undertreated, said Dawn C. Buse, PhD, clinical professor of neurology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, and colleagues.
A Plurality of Migraineurs Seek Care From Primary Care Physicians
by Sue Robbins | Aug 15, 2019 | Migraine | 1 comment
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Not surprising at all, given the lack of effective and definitive treatments for migraine. Went to a renown neurologist for 15 years, $250 a visit, won’t take insurance due to burdensome administration, so $250 a visit. Tried at least 50 different prescriptions over 15 years, the only thing that proved effective as a prophylactic was a prescription called Sansert, which was inexpensive, but they took it off the market (of course). Everything for 15 years was an abortive treatment. Since no progress, decided to go with primary doctor for prescriptions and pain management. The answers for effective treatment are elusive, so not surprising people just go to their primary physician for support.