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Kathy

I drank two glasses of ( not from concentrate ) pomegranate juice and followed with massive migraine. The other time was after eating MSG. I believe that I should only have small amounts of these migraine trigger foods. However, my main triggers are menstruation ( PMT) , menopause and ovulation. My muscles in my shoulders , neck and scalp start to hurt and a migraine follows. My scalp is so sore it’s like it is full of tiny knots! It’s agony! I get very depressed , diarrhoea !! . Trip tan s and Naproxen is my only relief!

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  • DonnaFA moderator
    2 years ago

    Hi Kathy,

    Please know that you’re not alone. We’re always here to share support. You may also want to visit our Facebook page.

    The tenderness of your head and scalp has a name, it’s called allodynia! I share this symptom and was kind of relieved to know I wasn’t the only one who experienced this.

    Thanks for being part of the community. We’re glad you’re here! -All Best, Donna (Migraine.com team)

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