Migraineurs Support Group

A place for migraineurs to discuss anything and everything related to migraines. Topic suggestions: Think of this as a support group for migraineurs. Reach out to group members when ever you need support. Give your support to fellow migraineurs. You, as a migraineur yourself, probably have a wealth of knowledge to share with others. The knowledge that you have could vastly improve the quality of life for another group member. Share share share! Discuss your current acute and preventative treatment plans. Ask others about their current acute and preventative treatment plans. Discuss past acute and preventative treatment plans as well... we can always learn something from what didn't work! Discuss your own personal tips and tricks for lessening the severity of acute migraine attacks. Post about your upcoming GP or Neurologist appointments. Ask other group members questions about what to expect and suggestions on how to prepare. Update fellow group members on your progress... both on set backs (so that we can provide support, suggestions and hope!) and on successes (so that we can congratulate you and so that you can provide other group members with hope!).
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Hello, I am new to this site but I thought I would share some of the stuff that has and hasn't been successful for me. I am a 41 yr ...
I have some headache migraines but my main problem with migraines are abdominal migraines. It took me a long time to get a diagnosis. I...
I'm just curious as to how many people have looked into BVD as a cause of their migraine symptoms; I scored higher than I would have thou...
I was seen by a migraine specialists approx. three years ago and through blood tests I was told I needed Vitamin B-12 shots. I was presc...
Has anyone suffered from upper back, neck and shoulder pain, and then it goes into a migraine from your neck over your head and behind on...
I've been through alot since June 2014. Long story short after seeing 2 ENTs and 3 neurologists ( first 2 suspected MS, and the last one...
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