Red, I had two thoughts after reading your posts about migraines. I suffered from migraines from puberty until my early 40's when they worsened to the point of ridiculous but at the time I did not know they were migraines. I thought they were sinus and tension headaches so I was eating tylenol, aspirin and sinus medications like they were M&M's. I had other symptoms that I mentioned to the doctor like blind spots, auras, vertigo but was basically ignored until I had a retinal artery stroke and then 3 months later, a second one. The neurologist said I was one of the small percentage of people that migraines caused that to happen. It is rare but it does happen. After that I was put on aspirin, midrin and daily Topamax for the migraines. Did it help? Sorta.They weren't as often but I was so tired of them. So tired. Anyway, my first thought was that whenever anyone tells me they are having migraines, I always ask if they are having other symptoms and if so, please tell the other symptoms to a doctor and make sure the doctors Hears what you are saying.
My other thought was that around the same time the migraines increased, I was also suffering from terrible pain, increased blood loss, increased duration and clots during my period and then I started getting ovarian cysts. The Merck Manual says "As menopause approaches (when estrogen levels are fluctuating), migraines become particularly difficult to control." Anyway, after having a hysterectomy with one ovary removed (final diagnosis - Adenomyosis), the migraines decreased by about 80%. One and a half years later, the migraines are still down by 80% and when I do have them, the midrin takes care of them right away. I don't know how old you are but has your ob/gyn checked your estrogen levels? Maybe there is some funny business going on with that and I believe that can happen to any woman at any age.
I don't know if this information helps you but my heart goes out to you. And P.S., not to be a smarty pants but in the interest of getting the spelling right so people can look it up and see what a nasty little disease it can truly be - Reynaud's is actually spelled Raynaud's (named for Maurice Raynaud, the French physician who first described it) and it is also the second letter in the illness I have - CREST syndrome.