I have been really grateful for all the information given on your site. I am not sure if this is the right place to ask if there is anywhere in England that is similar. As my country does not class it as a disability or even a limitation to living your life and trying to avoid all triggers etc. So any information or even any actual migraine specialists in this country would be much appreciated. Keep up all the good work and I will be keeping my fingers crossed that someone will find a cure and it will be available in England as well. Thank you for reading. Sandy.
We're glad to have been able to help you with information. We don't know of any site quite like this one that's based in England, but we can certainly point you toward some other resources there.
There are indeed some very good Migraine specialists in England. It's been our pleasure to meet them at some conference. Here's contact information form them - United Kingdom Headache and Migraine Specialists.
Here are a couple of U.K. organizations for you to check out:
Of course, we hope you stick around with us, but we also hope this helps you connect with others closer to you.
John Claude Krusz and Teri Robert
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Published On: August 07, 2012