I was diagnosed about 10+ years ago with intractable migraines. I go through periods of having daily migraines and then sometimes for awhile the migraines are less severe and less frequent.
Some of my migraines are more ‘traditional’ in terms of being painful/nausea/vomiting/blurred vision
Other times I have migraines that caused passing out, one sided vision loss, slurred speech, numbness down one side (I may have all or some of these symptoms). MRI has ruled out more serious causes.
Do you know anything of this type of migraine? Preventatives and such have failed. I don’t take pain medication for them or anything of that nature?
I have other conditions: Systemic Lupus, Hermansky Pudlak Syndrome and hypertension
Medications: Topamax, Gabapentin
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