The Meds of Medusa

This is a wonderful post from a friend of mine who also writes for Migraine.com. Like my friend, I have walked an arduous path with my migraine disease. Like she has, I have tried nearly everything ever recommended to me. Like my friend, my disease still cycles through periods of near hell. Those of us who have been walking with migraine for a long time do what we can to survive – and thrive – through those toughest times. Thank you for sharing your story, Lady Migraine! I applaud your bravery.

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As my neck is still horribly stiff and painful in a way that feels connected to the 9 day old migraine that was finally obliterated on the second floor of Wood County Hospital Friday morning at 10 am, I am sitting here thinking of the amount of medication it took to truly break it. In a way, this isn’t the most accurate way to think of it – 1 headache, 29 doses of medicine. Many with chronic pain will never feel a “0” on the pain scale again in their lives, but I do, and often. My migraine attacks are still able to be identified as individual episodes. The seven days prior to my first ER visit Wednesday, I was able to keep the pain low enough most of the time with Imitrex or Fioricet and Zofran tablets and over the counter helpers like Dramamine and Benadryl and Sudafed to…

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