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Question About Outside Activities
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How do people cope with doing activities outside the house (such as driving to an event or being out of the house most of the day) when they're not sure if a migraine will be triggered and have no one to help them get home when a migraine could attack?

posted February 10
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I never make plans anymore bec I used to then always had to cancel so I just stopped. Sad but true. Hope u find relief soon:)

posted February 16
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I've seen two different neurologists in a year, one local and one through the Cove virtual program. So far, everything they've prescribed to try for migraines beyond B2 and magnesium has had more horrible side effects than the migraines themselves or just increased the frequency of the migraines. I even tried butterbur (brand specifically recommended by the neurologist since it can have toxins if not processed properly) and ginger and both seemed to increase number of migraine days rather than helping.

posted February 12
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I have a daily persistent headache/dizziness so I don't drive unless it's a few blocks.. This is diffficult for you. I'm sorry. You must try to treat this migraine. Have you seen a neurologist?

posted February 10

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