I have had chronic daily migranes for probably 7 or 8 years now. I usually take Excedrin every day. I know that is not good to do, but I have to be able to work. They are the only thing that takes them away. I have had a cold for the past week (blowing my nose a lot) but today I blew my nose and immediately had a gushing nose bleed for around 15 minutes. It went away for a few hours and did the same thing but for about 25 minutes with no relief. I am just wondering if the migranes and the nose bleeds are related. I've always wanted an answer for my migranes.View Thread
Thank you for the response. I don't really have money to go to a doctor. But I've struggled with these migraines for years so it just seems like a part of my life and I'm not too in a rush to get them fixed. I haven't had any nose bleeds the past couple of days so maybe it was a fluke. But I very rarely ever get them and it looked like a massacre ha.View Thread
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