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  • It hurts so much!

    I've had a migraine come on. Took two tablets when my eyes started going funny but they haven't stopped the onset of the full blown pain!
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    Originally posted by indri View Post
    I've had a migraine come on. Took two tablets when my eyes started going funny but they haven't stopped the onset of the full blown pain!
    Ah, bless hun x get off the computer for a bit, shut the cutains and have some snooze time.
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    • #3
      Grrrrr, I HATE head pains.
      The only thing that works for me are soluable anadin.

      What do you use?
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      • #4
        I'm a migraleve pink girl.... but it only works if you take it right at the first eye flash moment. Then I always put a bag of frozen peas onto my head and go to sleep.
        If I miss the onset, then it can be three days long for me. Have had to have the doctor several occassions to give me an IM medication.
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        • #5
          I get migraines but nowhere near as bad as you only lasts a day or so . Migraleve usually work as long as you are quick enough. I then shut the curtains and lie down.

          Hope you get better soon.

          All the best.

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          • #6
            I can sympathise, I also get migraines.

            I've not found a piankiller yet that will completely remove the pain, or if it does it's worn off after an hour and a half and I can't take any more. Dark room, quiet and sleep are the only things that seem to work for me. I'm usually off my feet for a couple of days and can feel the effects for up to a week. It's always amazes me that I can sleep for nearly 36 hours and still feel tired.
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            • #7
              Has It Got To...

              .......the bit where your head hurts so much, you can't actually put it down?

              I have prescribed dihydracodeine for mine. I can take two max, every four hours. It does work, although it never completely kills the pain, but it makes me very sleepy. That's fine if I can lay down, but my head quickly gets to the stage where I don't want to put it down, because touching anything against it is total agony.

              I've turned falling asleep propped upright into an art form....

              Feeling any better Indri? Hope so.

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              • #8
                I get migranes too but mine 'show themselves' as numb face as well as a headache. When she was 6 or 7 my sister used to get migranes in her stomach! Odd I know but thats what the doctor told her they were. My brother in law gets migranes and he has found that if he drinks a can of caffeine free coke and goes to lie down then that usually helps.
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                • #9
                  I'm feeling a lot better now. I took 2 nurofens (which usually work) right away, but this time they didn't. Ended up going home from work (after 2 hours!) and lying in bed for 2 hours, taking some paracetamol and finally deciding I was hungry so had to go in search of food. As long as I stay like this or improve I'll be back at work tomorrow, which is in a way a good thing as I don't like pains in the head!
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