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Update: Hey everyone!! I still have my migraines, had a spell last weekend where I had a really bad migraine over, around and behind my right eye. I had taken my meds, had even taken the Dollar Tree brand of Excederine which does help normally and even downed 2 cans of Cola over time, my migraine would diminish and then came back again over, around and behind my right eye. This was all on Saturday, then on Sunday it switched over to my left eye, it just wasn't as intense but still a nuisance.
Good day peeps!! Well, an update is in order. Yesterday felt like a killer day for a killer migraine, it simply stayed dormant. I now take Trokendi XR, 50mg x2 daily. Works sometimes. It's so hard to live day to day with Chronic migraines. Later I will post the summary they gave me from the Dr's office about the cause of my migraines. Every time there is something wrong with me, I wonder how it's going to play a part in my relationship, my day to day life and everything else around.
Who's going to be there to surround me with their love and support. Then why wasn't I informed of this information? A person shouldn't have to endure such painful things in their life.
I would rather heal from another C-Section than feel migraines for the rest of my life or have the injections all my life. The injections alone? My appointment was forit's now This is because I have tried myprotein maigrir urgent options when it comes to my migraines.
I have gone as far as taking in Botox injections, now of the above have worked. I'm not sure what they have in store for me next.
Had an episode Friday night, not sure what exactly happened but I had a migraine, eventually started feeling nauseated. Was having bowel issues. I'm not a puker but it sure was coming. I barely made it out of my car when it happened so quickly, everything I'd had that day. Once at the hospital, he took my associate home and I went to check in to be seen. My temp was Later in my room, I threw up again, 8 oz One doctor thought for sure it was my sandwich that made me ill, nope.
My migraines are so intense, all I want to do is sleep, why did things have to be fine yesterday at the allergist's office and now it feels like someone is stabbing my skull? Feel so drained. I've been feeling a pinching in my chest, usually when I've become too excited. My migraines have been coming back more and more frequent and more and more intense.
The cold weather makes them bad. Yesterday is a good example. A neighbor of mine had a visitor with a dog. The owner of the dog made sure to do everything possible to be a nuisance. Whenever he would place his dog in the view of my dogs, it would make my dogs go completely crazy, Barkley erratically, during this time, I was taking a nap but had been woken up with a severely pounding migraine that made it so that my head felt like a spontaneous combustion.