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Waiting for a cure…

I’m not sure if there exist any other thing in life which is known by only its host. No matter which doctor you go or which MR you are taken, in every way you seem as if there is no problem but it is not the case inside the brain. Nobody can imagine the limits of this pain except the people having it. What I hate among all of the effects is being paralyzed when it comes to thinking and deciding or calculating. Since these effects are also bad for psychology, they are capable of leading to depression.

The other thing is to be examined by yourself as doing something requiring inteligence more, because if you force your limits, then you may end up with a heavy pain. I have tried many things so far ranging from trying to ignore it -turned out to be unsuccessful- to sleeping at least 12 hours in a room not having been let the sun shine in. Nothing worked, now just taking medicines driving you drunk works. In fact this gives me a tip about the possible origins of migraine. Now that I can heal by this kind of drugs and getting drunk. Since getting drunk causes you to be very relax and careless, so the cause should be the pressure made by something in the brain. When I am captured by this, I need to ease the belt on my head. What causes it to get strict may be the underlying source of migraine. Nothing left for us except waiting until a cure is invented, we don’t know even if it is possible. It must be solved as early as possible.

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Comments

  • Jenn Lebowitz
    4 years ago

    Hello Ygt,

    Thanks again for sharing your story. We really hear you on the challenges you’re facing – please know you’re not in this alone!

    I thought a few articles might be of interest to you: the first on getting appropriate treatment for migraine – http://migraine.com/blog/getting-appropriate-treatment-for-chronic/ and the second on dealing with depression and migraine – http://migraine.com/blog/breaking-through-the-darkness/.

    I hope these prove useful. Additionally, we encourage you to speak with your doctor regarding the side effects of the medication – for example, the feeling of being drunk – in order to see if there are medications that may be more helpful.

    We are thinking of you!

    Best,

    Jenn (Community Manager, Migraine.com)

  • Ygt author
    4 years ago

    Thanks for the links you have provided and also for the contributions to set up such a beneficial portal in which different difficulties and problems are reduced by sharing. I am going to designate this kind of adverse effect in my first examination but i am not sure if any other drug exists on the market free of this kind of adverse effect, cause given the mood i feel during the attack, gives me the feeling that only that sort of drugs are capable of ‘restarting’ the brain. In fact -of course this is my own comment- i have also a high myopia amounting to nearly double digits which i am not certain if it is also a a cause and also my job -banker at treasury unit- requires me to be familiar with monitors more than one in number and their combined result may lead to generate a suitable place for activating my triggers. I should try to keep on coping with it but i wish i had learnt thinking, reading, calculating and deciding at the same speed and quality when i am out of it.

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