When the most often prescribed acute treatments for migraine fail, patients and doctors alike want to know why. In fact, such issues are so important to doctors and researchers that there was an entire special issue of the journal Headache devoted to the gastrointestinal manifestations of migraine. One research paper in this issue dealt... Read more
Migraine and my other comorbid conditions such as Sjogren’s syndrome, lupus, dystonia and spinal disease, make it difficult for me to do the normal day to day things most people take for granted.
Today’s National Migraine and Headache Awareness Blog Challenge is personal to me because I do require so much help.
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For many sports fans, the idea of an ACL tear or arthroscopic procedure sounds commonplace. But knee surgeries can be a major operation. While surgery may not always be necessary, in other cases it clearly may be.
Here are a variety of knee surgery options and for which what conditions they are necessary.
Total knee... Read more
I have had great results with Botox therapy. I have fewer migraines and when I do they usually don't last as long as before. So for the past 2 and 1/2years I got my life back. But each time I get them every 90 days.... They get more painful. This last time was so painful I almost cried. It was excruciating. Anyone else experienced this with Botox... Read more
I wanted to share this with you all
Maybe I did not post it at the right place for you all to see,so, here it is again.
This lady could have been Me,You or Us