snuggles: Believe me, I understand how you feel regarding being able to do with your child. I have three children and all are very involved in different activities. I hate when I have to miss things because I have a headache. They are all very understanding (even making sure I always have my "headache medicine bagt" with me when we go anywhere) and do all they can to help me out. The one thing good I can say about all of this is that it has made my children very compassionate towards anyone who is sick.
Hang in there. Hopefully, your new neurologist will help. I am fortunate enough to have found a very understanding and helpful neurologist but, I am sure, one of these days he is going to get frustrated with not being able to "cure" me and suggest I find someone else. I, more than anyone, wish that he could "cure" me and haven't given up hope; however, after reading everyone's stories on here, I am not convinced that there is a "cure" - only ways to help!
Hope you have a headache-free day. It is storming here in Atlanta so I am waiting on the migraine to start. My fingers are crossed that this time will be the first time in a long time that with a storm does not arrive a headache.
DX: Migraines since June, 2006, kidney stones
RX: Daily - Verapamil, Trileptal
PRN: Relpax, Prednisone, Dilaudid, Lortab, Lidocaine Nasal Spray