I also know how you guys feel. I have been dealing with migraine headaches for 30 years now. I would get them so bad when I was a teenager, that I would actually faint. Now that I am in my late 30's, they have gotten worse. My neck pain is the worst pain ever, I have to pay my children to massage my neck bc that's the only thing rhat eases it. I het blurred vision and my speech feels off. I had to stop working full time. My Dr prescribed me with neurontin and some anti deprresents along with 800 mg ibuprophen and fiorocet but nothing seems to help. I feel bad for my hubby and kids bc I just want to be left alone in a dark room. My Dr thinks I may have fibromyalgia. I have an appt in Dec to see a rhematologist and I'm waiting on a cat scan now. My heart goes out to everyone who has these migraines. It has ruined my life.View Thread
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