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    Migraines & Headaches Journal 6/13
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    Chris_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Keeping a weekly migraine journal can help us built a history of when migraines occur and also may pinpoint triggers.

    As a community, our journal may also help a member find similarities and encourage them to do further research of their own.

    Here are some things and symptoms to think about this week and write down and share with us. However, I hope it is a pain free week for you.

    ? Did you have a migraine this week? How Many?
    What were you doing? What did it feel like?
    ? How long did it last? Is this time amount normal for your pain?
    ? When? Day, Evening? Is this normal for your pain?
    Chrissy~

    Difficulties are meant to rouse, not discourage. The human spirit is to grow strong by conflict.
          -William Ellery Channing
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