Usually, I'm fairly good at coping with Migraines. I take my medications and, if I need to, lie down. And that's that. Usually.
In a way, I don't think I'd be as ticked off if my recent period of increased Migraines had been precipitated by an avoidable trigger that I'd taken my chances with. My main trigger lately, however, has been the... Read more
Our readers ask some great questions about Migraine disease and other headache disorders here on HealthCentral's Migraine community. Ellen and I both answer questions in our community question and answer section. Dr. Krusz and I answer other questions in our Ask the Clinician column.
Some of the questions apply to many of our readers, and... Read more
Each month, Migraine and headache disorder bloggers join forces for the Headache Disorders and Migraine Blog Carnival. A blog carnival is a group of posts around a central theme. The Headache Disorders and Migraine Blog Carnival was founded by Diana Lee at Somebody Heal Me, who continues to organize it. Thanks, Diana!
This month, Diana... Read more
The nausea of a Migraine attack can be the enemy of the Migraineur trying to take oral medications. This is a big issue. The nausea can limit how effective our oral acute medications are by causing us to delay or avoid taking medications and by reducing the absorption of the medications because of vomiting. This has left us with a Catch-22 —... Read more
It's recommended that anyone who has three or more Migraines a month work with our doctors to find effective preventive treatment. With prevention being such an important part of our Migraine treatment regimen, it's only natural that we have many questions about preventive medications for Migraine. The whole subject of Migraine preventive... Read more