Skin Patch Relives Migraine Pain With Fewer Side Effects


THEY SAY, THE PHONES WE USE NOW CREATE LESS RADIATION. NEW TREATMENT FOR MIGRAINES SUFFERERS, RESEARCHERS ARE TESTING NEW PATCH THAT COULD HELP PATIENT GET RELIEF FASTER WITH FEWER SIDE EFFECT. GLENN BROWN SUFFERS FROM MIGRAINES, AND RELIES ON ORAL MEDICATIONS WHICH CAN TAKE TIME TO WORK. FEW MONTH BACK, HIS DOCTOR TOLD HIM ABOUT AN EXPERIMENTAL PATCH THAT COULD PROVIDE FASTER RELIEVE LEAVE. THE PATCH HAS TINY NEEDLES DESIGNED TO DELIVER DRUGS RIGHT TO THE BLOODSTREAM. ONCE THE PATCH IS APPLIED TO THE SKIN, THESE MICRO NEEDLES WILL PENETRATE THE SKIN, GENERALLY, NOT EVEN DEEP ENOUGH TO HIT THE NERVES, SO NOT PAINFUL PROCEDURE. BUT, DEEP ENOUGH TO BRING THE MEDICATION INTO THE CIRCULATION. HAS BEEN USING THE PATCH FOR SIX MONTHS, HE SAYS IT IS PROVIDING RELIEF AND JUST 20

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