By Mizgin - Did you know that around 50% of women who suffer with migraines say that their menstrual cycle affects their migraines? I was surprised to find this out and it helped me put things into perspective for myself. I did some research into the link between migraines and menstruation when my doctor asked … Continue reading The Link Between Migraine & Menstruation
Guest Post by Dr. Merle Diamond - Parents who suffer from migraines have more to worry about than how their headaches can affect their parenting. Adults who have migraines are more likely to have children who suffer from migraines, as well. So, it’s something those parents probably have in the backs of their minds as … Continue reading Children & Migraines: What Kind Might Your Child Have?
By Wanda - My memories begin with migraines at a very young age which made it difficult to communicate to a family of non-migraine sufferers what was going on in my head. Basilar migraines are associated with the occipital region of the brain, around the base of the skull. It's hard to convince an adult … Continue reading It Really is All in My Head: My Story of Basilar Migraines
By Tiffany - On my oldest daughter's first day of 1st grade in August 2015, I got the worst migraine (or so I thought it was a migraine) I had ever had. I had just picked up my oldest daughter from school with my 2 year old daughter in tow and I could feel something … Continue reading Owning Occipital Neuralgia
By Alisha - If you know someone, and by someone, I mean a relative, co-worker, friend, or even a boss, then the chances are pretty good you know someone with migraines. Now there are quite a few different kinds of migraines and just like having friends over, you can have one or more kinds simultaneously. … Continue reading A Glimpse into a Severe Migraine Attack: The Mental Anguish