Post Edited (korbnep) : 11/26/2007 10:17:33 PM (GMT-7)
Post Edited (korbnep) : 11/27/2007 3:32:07 PM (GMT-7)
I tend to have a little bit of both, increase in severity and frequency with barometric pressure changes as well as S.A.D My doctor has suggested that I take Frova (the only triptan that has "abortve" qualities...according to the DR.) a few hours before a weather front. Before I lost insurance, I would do this and find that I had some symptoms, but nothing like it would be without Frova.
I haven't really found anything for the SAD...except that I used to visit a tanning bed occasionally simply for the light, not so much the tan (I'm pretty dark naturally)
I have found in most of my migraineur friends barometric pressue is one of the most common triggers and hard to deal with. (Others you can sometimes get around and this is something you have to adapt to since we can't change the weather \