Migraine Type II: The Lingergraine

Chronic Illness

  1. Debbie says:

    Yes, this is exactly how I’ve been living for the past 3 years! It’s been a difficult adjustment, for me and my parents who’ve been supporting me. As I keep working with my neurologist, I’ve been trying to get on disability to lessen the stress of this completely disabling stage of migraine disease, as well as the stress and burden for my family. It’s difficult to maintain a positive attitude, but thank heaven for social media to keep some kind of connection with family and friends.
    Debbie

  2. Kacey says:

    I am SO glad I found young blog. I have been experiencing chronic migraine attacks for several years, lasting 72+ hours multiple times a month. It’s comforting knowing there are people out there (you ) who are STRONG and determined to live a beautiful life, no matter the circumstance. <3

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