And tomorrow night we are going to see John Edward the Crossing Over guy. I am so excited. We are hoping maybe Paul's Mom or Dad might stop in to say hi from the other side. Chances are slim, there will be like 300 people there. Still you never know!!!
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I found that I had to take a fairly substantial dose of Topamax for it to work. They also tried to divide it up with part in the morning and part at night which didn't work at all for me. My neurologist finally switched me to something else.
It can be really horrible and I wish you lots of luck with your therapy. Here's to no more migraines!
Is Craniosacral therapy is osteopathy? If so, go, go, go!
Osteopathy is extraordinary. A holistic approach of the human being. We are complex beings... We're fogetting the soul-body connection to often.
Tell us more about your John Edward meeting! :-)
Maybe he can do something for you migraine too?! (like Edgar Cayce).
Have you been evaluated by a sleep disorders clinic?
Some people with chronic migraine headaches have obstructive sleep apnea. When the apnea is treated, the headaches either disappear, or reduce in intensity.
Sometimes TMJ problems can also be associated with
migraines too.....best to consult a maxillofacial surgeon for this---although, this sort of surgeon can also evaluate your skeleton and airway (obstructions)for issues that can be linked to sleep apnea. Thin people can also have sleep apnea. Good luck
I have decided to persevere with the Topamax and increase the dosage and see if that helps. We'll see. I am going to give it the full shot and go all the way so at least I will know if if it doesn't work and then i can cross that off the list.
John Edward was super fun. We didn't get a reading but it was great to see him person, it was just like th Tv show. There were over 1,000 people there. wowza! some amazing stories. Really cool stuff.
I usually am not a big blog stalker and hardly ever leave messages for folks I don't know...but I have suffered from migraines for years-tried Topomax (aka stupe-o-max), nortriptylene, you name it. The only thing that has worked is the estrogen patch. I don't know what your age is, but is you are even remotely close to menopause or perimenopause, it cold be all hormonal. The other thing I did was cut out onions, garlic, nuts, aged cheese, chocoalte, bananas, citrus, and the use of fabric softeners and scented detergents.
If you want the link to the pdf file for Migraine triggers you can email me- firstname.lastname@example.org.
Good luck! Becky