Yesterday, I was working on a new migraine plan because I'm getting pretty burned out on the whole affair and I needed to see a glimmer of hope somewhere. Once again, I'm between doctors. My most recent primary care doctor flaked out on me. She said she couldn't treat my migraines any longer and I needed to go find a neurologist. Mind you, I've told her that I've seen three neurologists to no avail.
I think this time I'm going to go try an internal medicine doctor. I've been doing some research on them. Apparently, they are trained to focus on the prevention and treatment of adult diseases. Here is a good article about them. About Internal Medicine Maybe they might be more open to treating an ongoing chronic problem as a primary care physician. Has anyone else had any success with an Internal Medicine Doctor treating migraines?