My wife has had migraines since she was 15 years old. Shes 27 today and still about every 1 or 2 times out of every month gets a migraine but she can't figure out why or what is causing them. She recently went on a diet cutting all sugars out so she was sure that it had nothing to do with the sugar but she just recently got a migraine and was unsure why. She has been to 5 doctors since she has her first one but no one has been able to help explain it. She has the common symptoms of blurred vision when she feels one coming on. How can we nail down some concrete evidence on something that may be triggering it or is it not just certain things that cause migraine, can it be multiple? Just looking for some advice from doctors to see where to go from here because she is really irritated by not knowing what she may be doing wrong if anything to trigger themView Thread
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