I have battled migraines for 13 years, but they are always on the left side of my head only.....lately, I have been experiencing them more frequently, and my whole head hurts, and feels strange. I have also been having the MS hug symptoms...I don't know why, but it is all a bit scary....we will be 100% covered by our insurance company in another week or so.....so I dont want to go to hospital or have any MRI's just yet. I am tired of feeling so lousy....my hubby also has MS and we have 4 kids to raise age 13 and under. We are both on copaxone....I am feeling a bit sorry for myself I suppose, and I know that this too shall pass....we dont see our MS specialist until February 19. Anyone else ever have nasty headaches, that just feel weird? By the way....hubby & I didn't meet at an MS support group, that would make too much sense......we met 20 years ago, married 16 years ago, he was diagnosed in 2000, I had my first neuro issues while 3 months pregnant with our 4th child, was told it was probable MS, recovered 100%, then 5 years later, had a different neuro episode, and was diagnosed December 2007.
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