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By The Migraine Girl - October 5, 2015
Thanks to the encouragement given to me via article comments by you community members, I spoke with my neurologist at my most recent appointment about getting an acute migraine medication that... READ MORE

By Lisa Benson - October 4, 2015
Recently I found myself frustrated and discouraged, leaving the pharmacy without my refill. A health insurance change required I use a new pharmacy, so things got a bit mixed up. I have... READ MORE

By Tammy Rome - October 2, 2015
Turn it down! Don’t shout. Please whisper. My family hears these phrases from me nearly every day. Even when migraine isn’t actively trying to ruin my day, phonophobia is ever-present. It drives... READ MORE

By Tammy Rome - October 1, 2015
Previous articles have addressed the concept of irrational thinking and given examples of the different types of irrational thought patterns. One specific thought pattern has been researched to determine its link to chronic... READ MORE

By Tammy Rome - September 29, 2015
In an earlier feature, we explored complications of migraine that deserve immediate attention in an ER setting.  No doubt that article left you a lot of questions, not the least of which... READ MORE

By Tammy Rome - September 24, 2015
I am angry. I am so ticked off that I have to resist the urge to pound on something. It’s a kind of righteous indignation you get when you see an injustice... READ MORE

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