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    Constant and pin migraines
    An_251882 posted:
    I get constant migraines that can last days and lately I have been getting Pin migraines. The triggers are all different I can be in complete silence or a loud room, I can be stressed to the max or stress free, just about everything causes them and I have had days where meds work and days where I have taken them and they don't touch it and sometimes a nap might work but that's once in a great while. I don't drink or smoke I do drink Soda/pop and eat sweets. My biggest concern is my grandmother had a brain tumor and that worries me because we watched her go crazy before she passed and I don't want my kids or family to go threw that experience. I just want relief from the migraines. any advice would be great help thank you

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