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Hi, my name is Mike, I had my Colloidic cyst removed 2 years ago, it was attached to my spinal fluid return line in my brain. The operation was successful and post MRIís after 1 year have shown no return. I am experiencing severe migraines regularly and am currently undergoing Botox treatments. The treatments are every 3 months to 32 injection sites to my head. The first 2 sets of injections have been incredible to the point I cried at the relief I experienced for 2 and a half months of the 3 months.

I am curious if anyone has experienced that after the 3rd set on injections I am receiving no relief from the injections and top up injections the following week. The doctor in concerned as am I that this is not working.

Please let me know if anyone has experienced this. Thank you
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