Good afternoon. I am new to the forum. I have been diagnosed with worsening severe intractable migraines with aura. I have had them for nearly four years. I also have been diagnosed with occipital neuralgia. I get the headaches, dizziness, sensitivity to light and noise and occipital pain on an almost daily basis. My neurologist has been treating me with Botox and Topomax. I also take Fioricet when needed. The results have been mixed so far. I also get an unusual symptom my doctor can’t explain. I get chest pains with the migraines. It is chest wall pain, kind of like costochondritis. It is primarily on the left side and wraps around the rib cage. It is non cardiac. My heart has been thoroughly tested. It began when my migraines began. Has anyone else heard of something like this?