My ex husband committed suicide this feb. and he left a note saying he could not endure the pain in his head anymore. He did suffer from migraines a lot. He was getting them once or twice a week. He would have them for a day or two at a time, threw up a lot, and could not work a lot because of them. I was just wondering if someone could help me understand more why one would prefer death to getting more help. I am so confused. We were so happy and had so many dreams and had such a great future ahead of us. And then all of a sudden he is gone. I just don't get it. He was on midrine. Can this medicine have done this to him?? I just don';t get it. Everyone told me he was so happy and looked so great. Him and I had divorced 2 years ago, he went through some very personal struggles, and he had gotten help and turned his life completely around. He was healthier than ever except for the headaches. Maybe someone can shed some light for me even just a little would help. Thank you
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