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Magnesium is said to help migraine headaches.  Be careful of the type of Magnesium.  I know some prefer chelated as it is absorbed better but many doctors prefer another form of Magnesium.  Magnesium can have a laxative effect so be sure to speak to your little girls pedi or GI.  She is very young and it is important that her doctor know what you are trying.


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Thanks, I wondered about Magnesium.   
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I checked my son's Mutli Vit and he is taking a Men's Mutli and it has high amounts of Vit E.  over what I found to be what an Avg. Teenage boy should take.  We have started him taking the Mult Vit every other day.  I went with the Traders Joe CoQ10 QH Ubiquinol with Kaneka QH.
 Since they sell two different ones. 
1. CoQ10 QH Ubiquinol with Kaneka QH still shows some Vit E in the "other Ingredients"   60 Softgels 
2. Co Enzyme Q10 Ubiquinone list Vit E (Alpha tocopherols ) 5UI and Co Enzyme Q10. List soy as an "other Ingredients" 90 Softgels

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We just upped our dosage of magnesium.

I'm seeing a lot of migravent usage.. going to have to run this by our nuero and see if that is an option.. maybe take less pills because it's all in one.

Chelle, are you mentioning the soy because some CVSrs have issues with soy?

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I have never looked into his Soy.  
At one time when they did blood test for food allergies it came back very allergic to Dairy, but when we pulled dairy from his diet it did't make a difference and than we got into a Allergy Dr. and they did a full allergy testing and he didn't show any reaction to dairy at all or other food. Only mild for dog danger and that was it. 

We go back to the Allergy Dr. in a month or so, should I ask them about retesting him for food allergies, like Soy? He doesn't drink much regular milk unless it is chocolate, he drinks Almond Milk to help with his reflux. 

He does seem to be doing much better now that he is doing online schooling.

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Soy was in my first round of testing.. But mine was crazy intense. So you may see if he was already tested for it. 

Glad he found help with the online. That is wonderful.


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I am not at all sure about an allergy to soy but I think it is more that it is not well tolerated by many who have CVS.
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Thanks both of you for your input and support.  
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