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mamakitty
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Date Joined Jul 2008
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   Posted 8/2/2008 3:17 PM (GMT -6)   
 
I was wondering if any of you have problems before a Migraine when talking to someone it sounds like they are talking real loud?
 
I have such a time with noise, lights etc.and now I have been told that i have osteoarthritis and psoriasis  to add to the rest of the problems. I am glad to have found this site as I was surprised that others can relate to what I am going through. 
 
 Wondering if the rest of you spend every waking hour trying to keep from setting off another Migraine by turning to fast or seeing a flash of light etc.? I hate hearing there is no cure as i donot want to keep going this way.
 
When my Migraines first started it went for 6 months day and night, I would bang my head against the wall just to feel something different, finially the Doctor hit on a number of pills that made them stop although if i miss even one day i get it bad.  The Doctor said it will always be there and i guess i feel it some it is nothing like it was.
 
 
I worry more about my children getting  some of this mess.
 mamakitty
 
Fibromyalgia,Osteoarthritis,Chronic Fatigue Syndrome,Psoriasis,Lupus,Low Thyroid.Migrains
 
 
Levothyroxine,Sertraline,Estradiol, Nabumetone, Lisinopril, Methotrexate, Amitriptyline Trazodone, Requip, Imitrex.
 
 
 


Parrotrosie
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Date Joined Jul 2008
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   Posted 8/2/2008 7:09 PM (GMT -6)   

Hi Mamakitty...

I sometimes get that...I usually get them from bright sunlight, so I do avoid that or I go out looking like a granny...LOL!  Sunglasses, Hat, the works.  Pretty pitiful really, since I used to be a Sun Goddess..  tongue    There are times I make the family turn down the TV and they complain they can't hear it or if I am at a Girl Scout meeting, the kids seem really extra loud, then later I have a headache, so yeah, its an issue.  Luckily, my doctor also found a med that works for me as well so I am totally grateful for that!  My doc said this is one possible reason to look forward to menopause, its possible to have relief from migraines at that time, so I take my pills and I am OK with that - I got my life back and am happy! yeah

I am not too sure how hereditary migraines are...no one in my family has had them up until me, aren't I lucky!


Nichole28
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Date Joined Jun 2008
Total Posts : 39
   Posted 8/10/2008 11:26 AM (GMT -6)   
Even now even when I don't have a headache loud noises really bother me. My friends cell phone rang and I actually jumped it scared me very bad lol. I never used to have this issue but it seems like since my head went to mush I have super sonic hearing now and I am very sensitive to noise

mamakitty
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Date Joined Jul 2008
Total Posts : 56
   Posted 8/11/2008 2:58 PM (GMT -6)   
Hello Nichole,
Yes and i seen to have it more now than before, the head pressure seems never to leave. I was wondering if you have problems with lights also? I do, so I wear sunglasses alot, and for the noise i will put a little cotton in my ears and that will tone down the noise abit.
 mamakitty
 
Fibromyalgia,Osteoarthritis,Chronic Fatigue Syndrome,Psoriasis,Lupus,Low Thyroid.Migrains
 
 
Levothyroxine,Sertraline,Estradiol, Nabumetone, Lisinopril, Methotrexate, Amitriptyline Trazodone, Requip, Imitrex.
 
 
 

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