Sudden Return of Migraines

Halo23 at 03h48
Sudden Return of Migraines

Hi everybody, I hope somebody can offer some advice or at least comfort me. Let me begin by saying I've been fighting generalized anxiety disorder for the past 10 years due to life stressors and my job.

I've suffered from migraines with aura since I was 15 years old. They occured a few times a month back then and I would use a triptan to abort it, which look the edge off and I could carry on with my day. I slowly "outgrew" these monthly attacks, to the point [......]
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