You could have been talking about me. I also take sumitripsn & excepting. My headaches come in a cycle. I often wake up with one.
I'm looking to correspond with someone experiencing bad barometric migraines triggered by humidity and bad weather.. Preferably that person will live in an area greatly affected by rain and humidity, such as I who lives in Long Island New York which is completely surrounded by water. Have had chronic barometric migraines for about 5 years now. Known triggers to date are high humidity usually above 50%, high barometric pressure associated with oncoming and upcoming storms. Symptoms can start up… read more
I live beside a river. So know what you are dealing with. Mostly I just hide out in a blackout room with no noise and sleep till it's all over. No meds I take seems to help.😢
No I’m great with these.
I am allergic to so many meds and have suffered with migraines for 20 years,Excedrin migraine has helped but the last 5 times I have used it my stomach feels like it is being ripped apart, The pain is just as bad as the migraine but s you know trying to go without a migraine med is impossible and going to the hospital is not practical at this time,,, Any suggestions to help with the stomach pain caused by the excedrin? Stay safe and I hope everyone has a migraine free day!!!
I take excedrin also . I drink Sprite and have A few Ritz crackers to help with tummy issues
Everything I have read says that cigarette smoking is bad for migraineurs. However, I remember the years that I smoked - and admittedly, I was a “light” smoker - far less than a pack a day - but the thing is, I had LESS migraines during that time. And it is odd considering that some studies show that smoking can cause more migraines. The studies, however, seem small and not entirely conclusive. Since nicotine constructs blood vessels, this is considered bad for migraine. But a doctor once… read more
I've had my right Daith pierced from the summer 2017 if worked. Now I've severe pain in the frontal part of my head or behind my left eye and at first there was less migraines but higher intensity and pain and now it's weekly (last 4 weeks) lasting 2-4 days and the pain is almost unbearable!
I can't believe how much better I feel now that the temperature has dropped. There also does not seem to be the big fluctuations in the temperature, humidity and barometric pressure. The thing that is still messing with my head is precipitation. I know the day before it's going to rain, then it rains and then it takes a day to feel better. That's three days out of my life. Weather migraines are really bad, anybody else have them? In sure lots of us do. Anyone know how to avoid or cope… read more
Weather changes affect our entire body.
I have had a headache for 3 years/3 months every day, all day. Sometimes I have an aura, but it is not a classic migraine...no problems with light or loud noise, no vomiting. It is debilitating and doctors cannot figure it out.
Where do you treat, Sheri?