If his pain is so unsettling, then yes you should take him to a doctor, always. Get an appointment with your family physician, who you can probably talk with more easily anyway. I don't think anybody here would be able to do more than guess at what's going on. My guess is it's a virus but I'm an accountant, do you want to rely on me? Plus your doc may be able to prescribe for his symptoms like nausea to help him feel better.
Don't worry about looking silly, you're dealing with an illness that is frightening and could be dangerous, you should get help from a professional.
Please let us know what you find out. In the meantime you're in my prayers.
Go to another doctor, there is no reason you should be treated like that. Migraine meds aren't narcotics. Best would be to go to a headache specialist, maybe check with your insurance to see if they have a list. Migraine.com is also a good source.
Have you been seeing a doctor since 2013? Are you on any medication, the tingling in your hands is a common side effect of one of the migraine meds, and other meds as well. Dizziness can be from any number of things.
I guess what I'm getting at is you should get to a medical professional. What you've given us is a little too vague for us to discuss. It doesn't sound like anything serious to me, but I'm sure you want to get it checked out.
Please turn off your caps lock when writing in this forum. It is very difficult to read when we have migraines. In general, it is also considered to be yelling as online communication. If you have a reason to be using caps lock, please explain that so we can understand why. Thanks
Relax and other triptans work best if you take them when the migraines are starting. Maybe yours is too far gone for it to do much good at this point.
Botox has a really good track record. Make sure your practitioner (neurologist) has a lot of experience with it, that is a big part of the success. You can usually find that out with your insurance company. In the meantime it might be good to keep yourself hydrated with plain old water and keep NSAIDs and Tylenol to a minimum. Eat good food and try to stay away from junky stuff so your body can get stabilized a bit. High 85% cocoa dark chocolate is a nice treat. A small cup of good coffee helps some people, but is awful for others.
Meditation might help calm the jangled brain, 5mg of melatonin at night might help also. Ice on the back of your neck with a warm pack on your forehead at the same time.
I'm just throwing things out here, trying to guess at things to help get your brain calmed down while you're waiting to decide on the Botox.
I don't have any experience with it but am also curious, have read good things about it. If you don't get responses here perhaps you could write this up at migraine.com. There is a larger population there and it's more likely to get answers I think.
The only thing that comes to mind are the ice pick types of migraines. Why don't you look them up and see if the symptoms are similar to what you're experiencing.
It might not be much of anything, weird sharp head pains are known to come and go for unexplained reasons. Make sure you're well hydrated and in a nice cool room, the usual good sleep hygiene recommendations.
If you still have concerns, schedule time with your doc. Perhaps it's better to be a little more cautious given your recent history.