What a way to spend NEW YEAR'S EVE!!

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   Posted 12/31/2010 11:02 PM (GMT -6)   
First of all I would like to Hello and HAPPY NEW YEAR to everyone one here in the forum. So I wake up this morning with what has to be one of my worst migraines in a few years. This one is a doozy, no matter what I try I just can't not get rid of it. I've tried several of some home remedies that have worked for me in the past. The warm bath and some hot compress across my head. Needless to say this has not left in a festive mood. If feel emotionally terrible because everytime I get these miagranes, I get agitated quite easily and don't want to be bothered. To make matters worse this year I thought it would be a cool idea to take the family to the carribean for New Year's. Little did i know that New Year's in Puerto Rico is celebrated the same way we celebrate the 4th of July, that's right a whole lot of FIREWORKS. I know it's my first post here but I just wanted to vent a little bit. Anyhow Happy New YEAR to all and may your new year start off better than mine will.
PS....Just drank a little bit of black coffee. I've done this in the past and I've had some good results soothing the migraines a bit. Hopefully it works tonight but if all these fireworks going off i tend to doubt it. I'll let everyone know how it goes.   

Sammy Muniz
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Date Joined Dec 2008
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   Posted 1/1/2011 1:56 AM (GMT -6)   
Now I know I wasnt the only one who woke up with a migraine lol! Its not even midnight here, only been up since 4pm and I'm already thinking of bed. Im also sick. Which sux.
Don't Care Bout Nuffin No More, Guess I shouldnt even be in this world
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