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FirstLadyTate
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Date Joined Sep 2012
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   Posted 9/5/2012 9:55 PM (GMT -6)   
I suffered a car accident in January '10 and was diagnos with POST TRAUMATIC MIGRAINES and have been determined to be permanent. These are the worst form of migraines one can get. I have a minimum of 15 migraine attacks daily. I've developed the worst mood swings, short term memory lost, neck jerks while having an attack, suicidal thoughts and attempts, server depression, and serious weight gain.

I three slipped disc in my neck, several exposed nerves in my head, I wake up with knumb arms and legs EVERYDAY!!!!!!!

I have to take at least 6-8 pills per headache. I was told I can work anymore, then I was told it was all pyscological (REALLY), and on top of that I have verdigo!

Prior to this I was working in law enforcement (Love of my Life).
To have someone tell you that you're faking and your migraines are psycological pissed me off to say the least. If I could get that day back I would've never got in that car in the first place!

I live in DC and need some assistance in finding an EXCELLENT doctor FAST!

vitaka
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Date Joined Jun 2006
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   Posted 9/6/2012 1:13 PM (GMT -6)   
I'm sorry you're in such pain, FirstLadyTate.

If you're willing to drive up into Maryland, you may want to check out the Maryland Pain and Spine Institute. They can help with the migraines and any potential ongoing issues from the slipped discs.

Website: http://www.mdpainandspine.com/
Crohn's ileocolitis dx 2/2006. Inflammatory arthritis. Chronic daily headaches + migraines. Currently taking 2g Pentasa, Flagyl, 100mg Trazadone, 1mg Klonopin, 100mg topamax, Maxalt and Sumavel for migraines (as needed), Lorzone for pain (as needed)
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