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Gatorfan35 posted:
I'm a 25 year old student who suffers periodically from Migraines with auras. Most recently I suffered two within one week. Almost a week since second onset I now find myself felling tired throughout the day and a general since of fatigue when it comes time for my daily activities, school, work, and exercise. The drive and passion that I normally posses is just not there. Aside from the headaches now my mouth has erupted with cold soars. I acknowledge that there are perhaps several factors contributing to the state of my illness environment, stress/depression, among other things.

several years ago during the most severe migraine of my life I visited the ER and received a CT scan and was given pain medication. The results of the CT scan shown no abnormalities.


I have been neglecting to visit a physician for financial reasons, however I'm willing to consult with a professional if my problems persist. Aside from taking medication are there any reliable forms of treatments such as massage therapy, acupuncture, or herbal supplements that could improve my situation?
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carpetcrawler5 responded:
You could try the things you're asking about, but in addition I would see someone with the problems you're experiencing. Fatigue is a symptom of depression, as well as headaches. Do you have depression, and are you taking anything for it? Some depression meds can cause headaches.

If you don't have a dr, go to the county hospital urgent care, who legally have to treat you.

Cold sores are also caused by stress, but yours could also be caused by other things, so I would definitly get checked out.

The next time your mig tries to come back, drink some lukewarm coffee right away and don't wait because it only works at the beginiing.


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