Migraine at night without awareness

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Ksax1
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   Posted 8/14/2017 4:11 AM (GMT -6)   
My typical migraines are complicated since they affect my vision and cause slight paralysis in my limbs which can be different in intensity with each migraine. They are always followed by a severed head tenderness the next day. The kid where if you have to bend over you feel like you are going to blackout. Yesterday, I woke up with my usual day after symptoms. The only time in which I could have had a migraine was in my sleep, but I didn't feel it. Has anyone had this happen? This is the second morning and I still feel that tenderness that usually goes away after my typical remedies of caffeine and rest for a day. Does anyone have feedback or experience this enough to suggest if I need to get my doctor involved?

Vee721
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   Posted 8/14/2017 2:34 PM (GMT -6)   
I used to get migraines in the middle of the night, but I would wake up with the migraine fully underway, so no, something like this never happened to me. Have you tried your usual remedies, and does the tenderness you woke up with this time go away after your usual remedies? If so, it would seem related.

Hoagie
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   Posted 8/14/2017 6:45 PM (GMT -6)   
Ksax1 said...
My typical migraines are complicated since they affect my vision and cause slight paralysis in my limbs which can be different in intensity with each migraine. They are always followed by a severed head tenderness the next day. The kid where if you have to bend over you feel like you are going to blackout. Yesterday, I woke up with my usual day after symptoms. The only time in which I could have had a migraine was in my sleep, but I didn't feel it. Has anyone had this happen? This is the second morning and I still feel that tenderness that usually goes away after my typical remedies of caffeine and rest for a day. Does anyone have feedback or experience this enough to suggest if I need to get my doctor involved?


I dreamt i had the aura that comes with migraine, and woke up having one. Not sure if I've had one while sleeping fully though.

Have you had a brain MRI? If not, it may be good to look into. I recently had one done and doc says I have lesions on my brain as if it looks like I've had mini strokes. Not trying to scare you, just want to make sure you are covered.

My migraines have really ramped up within the last year but I believe I contracted Lyme last year and that is making everything worse. But I read that mini strokes can mimik migrain withh aura.

Georgia Hunter
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   Posted 8/18/2017 5:00 AM (GMT -6)   
I would definitely get a physician involved. What you describe could be heart related, a migraine, or something else. If you haven't had a MRI, you need one. You have to rule out structural abnormality before you can proceed with things that may help.
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