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Thread: I hope you all have been well this past month

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    Never had a migraine, but my mom did and had to see a neurologist to get it figured out. I hope you can get yours figured out. Good luck with it and may the rest of the year be better for you.
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    My oldest daughter suffers from Migraines. Poor thing- She never had them until she was involved in a car wreck.

    I have been just crocheting and sewing up a storm for Christmas: afghans, quilts, garment sewing.

    Glad you are feeling better and can function better ..
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    Check your diet. Do you eat tofu?

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    I suffer from migraines and my trigger is oranges in any form. I also get them if someone opens one in the room I am in. They last for days. My favourite food carrot cake is no longer for me as people keep sticking oranges in.
    Find your tricker it helps no end.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    I hate migraines! Do you know what triggers yours? I can usually get by if I take some meds and go to my darkened bedroom. If I don't lay down, I know I will be throwing up. I hate throwing up with a migraine!!
    Mine are hormonal and inherited thru my maternal side. My grandmother, mother, and 1 sister had/has them as well. When I am done with manopause they will stop. I took feverfew for years and this helped to prevent them but doesn't work now. I take meds and sleep them of in a dark room as well. or at least try to! Sept was just a really bad month for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QUILTNMO View Post
    making premie quilts for newborns in need and hats and scarfs for church
    That is time well spent!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caswews View Post

    I have been just crocheting and sewing up a storm for Christmas: afghans, quilts, garment sewing. .

    I do hope your daughter improves! YOu have been busy and more ambitious than me!

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    I recently heard that white willow bark is supposed to help but I haven't looked it up yet.
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