Migraine

A migraine is a condition that causes intense headache of pulsating character and usually on one side of the head. It is often accompanied by other constitutional symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, photosensitivity and noise sensitivity. Migraine is occasionally preceded by an aura characterised by visual or speech disturbances. Others experience a tingling sensation on one side of the face or limbs. It has no cure, but medication can alleviate the pain. 

Does anyone else’s migraines get worse through the fall and winter months? The rain and constant pressure changes are killing me!

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Looking for some suggestions. My migraines have been bad. I can’t take my medicines every day, due to rebound headaches but I have a migraine without taking my migraine medicine which I am limited to the amount of anyways. I have been waking up at 1 AM with a migraine, can’t go back to sleep, have t...

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Feeling tingling in left side of my face or a sensation like insects crawling over the skin this night. This has been happening off and on for 2 days (Friday and Saturday). No headache. Not sure why this might be happening. Anyone? And, I took Excedrin for migraine last Wednesday for the first time....

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Has anyone tried Amiovig? I know it's newer for treating migraines just would like some feedback on it as it's recommended to me.

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Not sure if I shared this or not. But I recently went to my cardiologist and told him since two days after my heart procedure I’ve been having migraines. I told him I thought it was because of the pain from my chest and I'm not getting sleep since my chest and ribs were in pain. He said that I had a...

So I just left my neurologist office and we are reaching the end of what she is capable to help me with my migraines? Has anyone gone to a headache/migraine specialist? Have they worked? She also said I should try bio feedback. Any opinions on that? I’m just so frustrated with the pain and feel like...

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Happy Friday! I am excited to try something new and begin working with Twilio's APIs.I am focusing on two categories during this hackathon: Engaging …

With more than 39 million Americans claiming to have suffered from a migraine headache, it’s one of the most common health concerns. Symptoms can be as personal to sufferers as to what causes them and in most cases, you simply have to wait them out. And ask anyone who has experienced one, this is …

Has anyone ever had this happen with their emgality injection site? Should I be worried?

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Schools and workplaces are closed. Social distancing requirements are in place. And people in many cities are being urged to stay home to prevent …

Approval makes novel non-invasive vagus nerve stimulation therapy available for prevention as well as acute treatment of migraines in adultsBASKING …

As coronavirus continues to spread throughout the UK, many of us will know someone who either has or has had the illness. We hear all about the main …

“Headaches aren’t welcome here” — that’s the sign you have hanging on your brain’s front door, but the pain is barging right in. You can chalk it up …

I need help. Daughter has been on Topimax for few years. She wants off it and try a new medicine. Any ideas other then Amatripaline? I'm worried about her!

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I’ve slept for days, wired to machines. Had my piss filtered for stray proteinskingdom with poisoned wells. I want anything but an elegylining my …

Has anyone tried Botox for migraines? My neurologist is suggesting this for me.

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Acupuncture may provide benefits for easing migraine headaches, researchers report.A randomized trial, published in BMJ, included 147 patients who had episodic migraines without aura, and who had never had acupuncture. Half the patients were assigned to 20 sessions of manual acupuncture. The other …...

I have been dealing with these cluster headaches for 8 weeks now. I started on Prednisone a week and a half ago started to titrate my dose down today. Yesterday, I had a bad headache all day and then again all day today. I also deal with migraines. I think my head is confused and I don’t know what t...

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A HBOS banker who suffers from light sensitivity has been awarded £11,000 compensation after being forced to work in a office with fluorescent lights for almost 11 months.An employment tribunal upheld Rajni Duggal's claim after it found bosses at the Fenchurch Street branch in London made her work …...

Amgen’s partnership with Adaptive Biotechnologies marks the latest entry by drugmakers mobilizing to discover a treatmentBig biotech company Amgen Inc. is joining the race to discover new drugs that can treat the novel coronavirus, the latest drugmaker redirecting resources toward the …

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