I'm brand new to this forum, but I have extreme light sensitivity also. I'm a children's librarian who works under glaring flourescent lights all day. As a matter of fact, I'm at work now with a killer migraine sitting in my office with the lights off as I type this. I'm calling myself the "Vampiress Librarian". My co-workers all know when I've got a migraine because I either do this, or I wear my sunglasses. I don't like wearing the sunglasses too often though because I tend to get funny looks from our patrons and I'm afraid their thinking that I got socked by my poor husband am hiding a black eye. I have very supportive employers who actually bought flat screen monitors for the computers here so the light from them doesn't bother me as much. When I go home, I use something called a migra-cap which has been a godsend to me. It's a black lycra cap that pulls down over your eyes and has little icepacks sewn in that target all the places that are usually affected during a migraine attack (temples under the eyes, back of head, etc...) There's a website where you can purchase one: migracap.co.uk It's one of the best investments I ever made.
On 2 tablets of Asacol 3x daily.
On 2 capsules of Elmiron 2x daily for Interstitial Cystitis.
I take 20 mgs of Singulair daily for Asthma and migraines
2 tblsp of Carafate 3x daily for Gastric Reflux
I also have mild - moderate Asthma and use Advair 250.