I get a horrible migraine once a week, sometimes it'll last the whole day or several days. I've gone through the causes - such as certain foods and exercises,both of which I've cancelled out as causes. The migraines are painful in the forehead area, very sensitive to light. I've taken an MRI and EEG, both came back great. I'm taking vitamins and eating healthy. I do have a pupil that is dilated a little larger than the other. I did have a seizure 2 years ago, I do have cancer and brain tumors in my family history. I have had staples and stitches on my head from head injuries. I'm a 24 young woman who doesn't drink heavily, never smoked or done drugs, there's no reason for these migraines, at least that I can tell. I just withdrawal from everyone and everything, sometimes I just sit there and cry cause of the pain. I May not be able to find a diagnosis, but if I can please get some counsel on ideas of getting rid of these migraines would be greatly appreciated.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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