Has anyone noticed a connection between low body temperature and migraines? My son has had them for 4 yrs (started when he was 5 and is now 9). We can NOT figure out what the trigger is but we have recently noticed that if he takes a warm shower they literally disappear! So...he woke up with one this morning and I took his temperature. It was 96.7 degrees! After fighting the migraine all morning (meds,sleep and throwing up), he finally took a long hot shower and now he is back to his normal self! We have also realized that they are a lot more frequent when the outside temperature is low (during winter versus summer).
I am really excited to have this "Ah-Ha" moment and wanted any feedback you might have! Thanks in advance!