Finally had one clear that I'd had since last night, still feeling sick but that could be the fact that I slept until lunchtime. Painkillers just don't touch it and the doctor just seems intent on insisting that they are related to low testosterone levels, been on TRT for 8 months and there seems to be no improvement but still they insist its the testosterone. pair that with dizziness and vertigo that I keep getting as well and its a great combo.
Had one this morning, really bad with pain on both sides of my head which messed up my vision. Could not raise my head at all, three nurofen and that didn't touch it. Had to have a friend drop of some migralievs(?) took two pinks and then it started. Puking up so much i was air puking and i finally fell asleep and woke up two hours later feeling like a hangover. I get them rarely, just nasty ones with vision loss on occasion however i did wonder why i was still peppy at 2.30am!
Mum gets them alot worse than i do and more often and i understand what she goes through, she has a hole in her heart and does end up with paralitic migrains. So anyone else here suffer from them?
I get them rarely, just nasty ones with vision loss on occasion
This isn't a doctor/hospital advice thread!!!!!!
Just had the worst migraine for a long time! I must've had an attack in the night which I didn't realize until I woke up... Really bad headache in the morning that would increase everytime I tried to lay down even with medication. It got so bad that around 10am the room felt like it was spinning and I was being sick . Feel so weak in my arms and hands, can't think straight etc
The way I'm feeling now, I think I'll wake up with a migraine.
Unfortunately the initial symptoms (slightly melancholy mixed with everything feeling hyper real) are so subtle for me they are difficult to notice but if I do notice the precursor feelings taking a couple of Ibuprofen at that point seems to work - nothing medication wise even migraine specific stuff works for me once the point I notice my brain can't seem to take in the detail of what my eyes are focussing on.