Getting on a good preventative, abortive, and emergency meds as soon as possible, is critical if you are getting migraines. My bet is that you are not acclimated to the weather/temperature in you new location. Switching from inside to outside really can put a lot of stress on your body, especially your head. Also, bright lights can be a trigger. It may just take a few weeks for your body to get use to its new environment. But, by all mean, get to a clinic as soon as possible, or you may even try to call your regular physician at home to call you in some appropriate medications.
Let us know how things progress, and how many migraines you are getting.
- On Disablility for: Chronic Migraines, serious Back and Knee problems (will need surgery eventually), moderate Depression, Anxiety/Panic disorder, TMJ
- Divorced, 42, no children
- Surgeries: Gastric Bypass, Gallbladder Removed (followed by a week in the hospital for a Blood Clot), Kidney Stone Removed, Broken Ankle, Major Dental work(four molars pulled, multiple cavities, root canals)
- Current Meds: Lexapro, Klonopin, Wellbutrin, Migranol, Trazadone, Buspar, Nexium, Skelaxin, Phenergan, Chantix, Iron Pills, PROHIBITED FROM ALL NSAIDS
- Current Problem: Internal Bleeding, possible ulcer in location of Gastric Bypass
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