Migraine Headaches Support Group

Migraine is a neurological disease, of which the most common symptom is an intense and disabling episodic headache. Migraine headaches are usually characterized by severe pain on one or both sides of the head and are often accompanied by photophobia (hypersensitivity to light), phonophobia (hypersensitivity to sound) and nausea.

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  • tasha17

    New Member, College Student w/ Migraines

    Hi there, I'm new to this but I've just been feeling so down lately because of chronic migraines. I've had occaisonal migraines since  I was 14, but for almost 8 months now I've had chronic, almost daily headaches/migraines that severely impact my ability to do work and keep up with classes (I'm a college senior about to graduate). I have a top neurologist, take medications, have made lifestyle...
  • YvetteK

    Who's around...

    I see we have new people in the group, and a bunch of others I haven't seen around for a while. So even if you're just a lurker, let us know who's here.Yvette
  • dhits

    Migraines from a New Member

    I haven't had to take my Migraine medicine in about 3 days. That doesn't mean I haven't had migraines, they just haven't reached the point where I take the medicine. I've had migraines for years, but I only started getting prescription medicine for them in 2011. My migraines increased significantly in 2014 and I was finally diagnosed with a rare neurological disorder that contributed to them.  I...
  • RosemaryC44

    New Member

    Hi everyone! I have just joined this site and I am really excited to have a group to connect with. I am 21 and realized my freshman year of college I was suffering from migraines. I feel like I only know a bit about migraines and want to learn how to magage or prevent them if possible. I've have very debilitating episodes causing a great disrutption to my college classes, missing work meetings,...
  • rcski10

    New here

    hello everyone. I'm new to the whole site, this is my first post. I'm 27 and have been suffering from migraines since I was 10. I've tried everything to prevent them, treat them. Every quick fix, to full on medical treatments. Recently my doc suggested stress may be one of my biggest triggers, and suggested I just talk things out. So if anyone here is willing to listen, I'd love someone to talk...
  • Sau

    Whole body migraine

    Im 34 and 2 years ago I had a seizure and was diagnosed with epilepsy. Last year I started having all kinds of odd symptoms and I was told I could have ms and to go see a specialist. Went and saw the ms doc on Thursday and was told that it's not ms or epilepsy, but a whole body migraine. Has anyone ever heard of this or does anyone else have this on here. I'm having trouble understanding how a...
  • nxa

    my story

    Hey I am a 16 year old girl and this is my story for the past year and a half I have suffered from a daily migraine and since may I have been on at least 8 different medications 1 MRI and have 5 er visits. I have been seen by the same doctor the whole time and don't think she is effective even though my mother says she is she has never asked to see my migraine log within the year I have seen her...
  • silverlight

    Useless Neuro Appt....

    So,now that my morning headache has faded a bit,i feel i can write here....Yvette,if you are reading this,you were absolutely right about my neuro visit..first of all,i was terrified of meeting him becuase of all his terrible reviews online,but i went anyway..he obviously hadn't read the reason i was reffered from the ER,and asked why i was there... because he was so cold,i felt confused and like...
  • oceans11

    Cologne experiment

    I went without using any cologne for 30 days & within that time did not have any migraines. The day I put on one of my favorites it only took about an hour before I started to get the "aura". I'm in that phase now & about 60% of the time I don't get any pain but will suffer from light nausea & mailaise.Most of us already know that heavy smells & foods we're not used to can cause migraines. Oh...
  • MrsNoodles


    Has anyone been awarded disability due to their migraines?
  • azgal49

    Daith Piercing

    Hi everyone! I know I haven't posted in a very long time.  I was wondering if anyone has gotten a Daith Piercing.  Two of my cousins, who have suffered with migraines for a long time, had it done.  One of them went in to get the piercing when she was suffering with a migraine and the second the piercing went in her migraine was gone and she hasn't had one since....that was 4 months ago.  She...
  • petrofinder

    2 years of head pain straight

    hello all- new to the forum but curious if any one else has a similar condition. I have had 5 concussions in 2 years. Two were open head. The result constant and severe head pain. I have been to more doctors then I can count, including Michigan Head and Neurological institute as an in-patient at there hospital for 3 weeks. This week I started an injectable dhe protocol that took my constant 8-10...
  • KCxo

    Omg I feel like my head is about to explode. Help

    I'm in so much fucking pain.im sick of this shit. I can't take it anymore.i get hormonal migraines and I thought coming off the pill would help. I was told it makes them worse. I was told it was the drop in estrogen levels.its not helped it's actually fucking worse. I can't go through this pain every month. Knowing waiting expecting.how can someone not work out why what's wrong and fix it.and my...
  • deleted_user

    Perfume Triggers

    How many others have perfume/chemical smell triggers and how do you deal with this? In my own how I've banished all candles, perfumed beauty products, cleaning products, etc, but when I'm out in public or at work, there are SO MANY people who use perfume! I'm super sensitive to it so even the smallest amount will trigger a massive migraine in about 6 seconds. I work in an office with several...
  • Treydo

    Migraine/tension headache gone wrong

    I'm new to this.I have had a migraine for 1 year now. The muscles became tight in my head  and neck and then the muscles just continued to become tight over 90% of my body. I had my first botox last month. It helped allot for about 2 weeks and now has mostly worn off. I'm suppose to get them every three months but am not scheduled for another on until the end of March. I would love to hear from...