Has anyone ever heard of having a migraine for 3 months? This is what has happened to me. I cannot ever percieve the end or beginning of a "migraine attack" because the headache is almost always there in some form. There is no way to pinpoint "triggers" because the headache is basically always there on some level. I just woke up out of the blue one day 3 months ago and had a strange feeling in my head. Drs thought it was sinus. Antibiotics did not help and still had pain in head and face. 2 Er visitis later, the headache still has not subsided for good. Finally, I was given migraine meds (immitrex). These usally work but the headache always comes back once the meds have worn off. Has anyone else suffered from this? It is really affecting my work and my life. Thankfully, I do not have the nausea everyday. But my head constantly feels like the blood vessels are inflamed and throbbing, and I am having some vision issues, diarrhea every day, and light sensitivity. My entire family is baffled by this and can't believe that I could be having a headache for 3 months straight. Its like a constant state of migraine which varies from moderate to severe. So far, to break the cycle, my neurologist has tried 3 day relpax plus aleve regimen, and the headache came back. Tried noritriptylene and made the headache worse. Now, on 2 week steroid medrol dose pack and neuro wants me to start Depacote. I am very scared to take the Depacote. I am very worried about the side effects of this medication. I am wondering how it will affect my brain chemistry as it is already really messed up, and I am already on Celexa and Xanax as needed. By the way, I have had normal CAT scan, tons of bloodwork (no lyme, lupus, etc). I am wondering what in the world caused me to wake up one day and have this "head" problem out of the blue. Does this sound like a migraine? Should I take the depacote? Any suggestions for how to get rid of it once and for all? Thanks to anyone for your help.