I am a 29 year old female. For the last two weeks, I have been waking up with a migrain. I lost time at work, and was fired because of it. It has caused me to vomit, and be extremely sensitive to light and noise. It takes me a few hours to get rid of it - eating, taking pills (ibuprofen, acetaminophen, aspirin, Excedrine Migrain, etc) and resting. I go to sleep fine, but it wakes me up - early. I havent changed my diet, Im not overly stressed (I dont think), ... I am not sure what it is being triggered by.
Any suggestions on what it is being caused by or how to prevent it from returning everyday?View Thread
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