Rare Disease Day My Rare diseases are: Persistent migraine aura without infarction (also known as “Visual Snow”) Ehlers-Danlos syndrome hypermobility type I’m going to write
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With a migraine the word Throbbing is definitely a word that is commonly used. And more. But there is throbbing. It feels like our brain
I have had a high pain level migraine for four days now. Just relentless. And today wasn’t a triptan day, so nothing to do about
I have said, often, repeatedly, that I can’t think through a migraine. One assumes it is the pain level. Or is it the migraine itself?
So this was the sales pitch of the chronic illness package I got called ‘The gift that keeps on giving’ that I definitely didn’t order.
There is a depth to the experience of chronic pain that is very difficult to explain. It goes beyond the list of symptoms and
It is one of the worst feelings in the world when you face medical stigma. One is mental illness stigma and leading to improper care.
I can’t believe I get to use that gif again so quickly in reference to vertigo but here we are. Here we are. So I
So the nausea is horrific. Persistent for over a year now. Relentless. I take Zofran all day. I take Gravol all day. And I am
There have been more than a few studies on gray matter abnormalities in Fibromyalgia. Hell, I distinctly remember the one that specified certain atrophying in
I wonder how this game would go with chronic migraines. A lot of screaming and clutching our heads? Maybe it would make us more visible,
People in general also get pain. What do they know about it? It is sucky: Yes, it is indeed unpleasant. I want it to end
I should specify I do not get side effects from Abilify but we are all different. I cannot take antidepressants because they make my depression