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  1. Kim Carberry

    Ugh! Migraines are the worst. I used to suffer badly as a teen when I ate cheese or was over tired but now I only get them when I am stressed or haven’t slept enough. So sorry you have been feeling rotten with them.
    The research studies sound interesting. It would be amazing if your blood could help people in the future. x

  2. Sam

    I feel your pain, I I get really bad migraines often. I I have started taking Triptans which have helped. But I imagine us must be so frustrating being in your predicament, fingers crossed the right path gets sorted out soon for you x #mmbc

  3. Aria

    I used to suffer from migraines since I was a small child and they’re super debilitating! After I gave birth to my daughter they completely went away without any explanation at all. I never knew how dramatically my life was affected by them until they were gone. I’d be interested to see if they ever get to the bottom of what actually causes them.

  4. Emma T

    Hope you get some answers with your bloods soon, and something can be done to improve your migraines. They’re so horrible to get especially if you have them regularly.

  5. Chickenruby

    I share this pain with you. I have regular iron infusions and can have blinding migraines up to and over a week afterwards. Mine have improved greatly after being diagnosed with a wheat allergy, they’re not hormone related and my iron loss is not due to the menopause as it’s low ferritin. I’m glad I’ve got a long history otherwise it would just all be menopause related which a new dr told me, then read my notes, called me back for bloods and referred me back to the consultant. Thanks for linking with #pocolo and we’ll done for signing up for these tests

  6. Jayne @ Sticky Mud and Belly Laughs

    Oh, migraines are just awful! I really do sympathise with you. I’ve had them for years and they only started to slow down when I hit my 30s and I had to give up most things with caffeine.
    The research sounds fantastic, well done for doing your bit.
    Hope you feel better soon. xxx

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