I'm 15 and for the past couple of years I've been having these migraines that just won't stop. I don't know what kind it is but the migraine starts when I'm in complete silence, like a classroom or my own house and there's no noise what so ever. It starts off as a pounding in the back of my head and then progresses to the top of my head and a very loud ringing in my ears. Often times it'll come about right before I go to sleep and it's dead silence (Though lately I've been keeping a fan on for some noise) so just before I sleep the migraine will start. Along with the pounding in the head and ringing ears is my vision becomes really bad or at least I can't shut my eyes without seeing dots or swirls that move really fast, they're black and white too. And when I try to dream or listen to music even the voices become looped and fast but slow at the same time. Normally I take a migraine pill and listen to people talking, I don't know why but when people talk the migraine goes away to a certain extent. I can't seem to find an answer from where I've looked or from the people who have had constant migraines too. My mom has a theory that since I literally never talked to anyone in middle school and just listened to conversations that it's become an irritation to my brain to just have silence. Again I dunno but I guess I just wanted some advice maybe or a guess at what kind it might be, because it's getting harder to get rid of them.