Our expert says:
And they're not very effective for migraine --- there are some much better, non-addictive meds that can help prevent migraines these days. Chronic use of these meds are obviously not good for you --- codeine, which is related to morphine, can cause dependency, and marked constipation, and is discouraged in some countries ( don't try to take any on holiday with you to Greece, for instance ) . Safest to see a good local shrink who can help you both to plan a safe withdrawal from the drugs, and help to clarify what need they were meeting for you, and help you find non-drug ways of achieving that
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