My Dr thinks its stress related do to my husbands long hours but ive had a migraine for 4 days now and nothing is helping I don't feel stressed in anyway but that's what my Dr thinks it might be I need help and answers to why my migraines last for days on endView Thread
Right now I have cut all soda/pop out of my diet I tried this back in February and I worked until I was sick then I started drinking it again right now I've been soda/pop free sense last Friday but still have the migraines I get them when more when my hairs pulled up in a ponytail but I have thick hair and its longer then normal so im going to be getting it cut this weekend and see if that helps as well. My dr had me on something im not really sure what it was but it was supposed to help with the black out spells I was having and did just not the migraines im now off that drug and don't have black outs anymore migraines run in my family to im just looking for something to control it better so there not running my lifeView Thread
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