I was looking into different medication I haven't tried for my migraine and cluster headaches and i found almotriptan (Axert) and Frovatriptan (Frova) and was wondering if anyone has had any experience with these and can guide me on if they are worth me changing to?
I've been taking Axert for migraines for several years now, maybe this is contributing? I noticed tingling during and after a migrane, but now have had persistent pins/needles/tingling in my tongue a week after the last migraine. Also have tingling in my left pinky, and will be talking about this with my GP.
Not noticed my tongue but my bottom lip tingles just the bottom one. I think it's when my BP and Migraine issues collide? My left leg and foot and hands/fingers have tingles but not sure why.
"MigraineX, clinically proven to prevent travel and weather related migraine symptoms before they start" They are some sort of ear plug, you can also download an app that tells you when the the air pressure is going to change. I just stumbled upon them while ordering a migraine ice hat. They are not expensive, about $12.00, but it seems that it could be one of those, "if it sounds to good to be true" items.
I'm interested if feedback, both positive and negative.
This week, i have felt better but my mood has been all over the place. I am laughing one second and crying the next. My anxiety is so bad. I think its because now i am aware of what is happening around me. But i feel more alert and like that part but cant deal with anxiety. Im going to cut out sugar today. I think i could go back to sleep but the time change is going to be rough tomorrow so must stay up!
I’m off to sunny Spain soon love it I’m only a year in to having regular migraines learning the triggers etc . Since the sun has come out I have struggled to last a day outside with out being in agony by the end of it for days. Does anyone have any advice to help me survive my holiday and not bring the rest of my family down.
Everything mentioned above plus polarized sunglasses. They will take care of he glare of the sun that can be a trigger.
I'm afraid they'll think I'm hyperbolic. The faces on the chart help me more than coming up with a number. I have OCD, so I get hung up on the exact right number.