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What do you do to cope with the Pain? Is your Condition hereditary? Show your support by Commenting!

The migraines I have are hereditary. That’s what my mother said as she had them very bad when I was little.

My maternal grandmother (7-9-97) had them as well. I had the headaches often when I hit 30-that’s the time I remember. If I had them before this, I don’t recall.

I would have them upsetting some days, blinding others, then just downright knocked me in the bed for a few hours. It would hurt to use the bathroom.

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Eating, breathing, talking, dogs in back barking was excruciating, my 2 girls playing in their room with their gadgets or books was loud. As I got older, I went to wrapping a shirt around eyes to relax then nap. Light sets me back so bad.

I was given a few meds of which I don’t recall. Nothing worked so I was an experiment.

All was temporary! I haven’t found a sure fire way yet but medical weed takes a great edge off- I say that because I got the prescription for migraines, depression, arthritis in Both knees and insomnia.

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It’s such a burden to have the migraines. Having too much stress in your life doesn’t help as well as the wrong people and the way you eat.

It’s a challenge to find what foods work for you and not what a book says. Certain foods cause triggers for a migraine and it’s your job to find it.

What do you do to cope with the Pain? Is your Condition hereditary? Show your support by Commenting!

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