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    Hemiplegic Migraines
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    omarahtopaz posted:
    I saw that someone posted 7 yrs ago the same question, and nobody had an answer. But I was wondering if there was some kind of support group for this strain of migraine. It is very difficult to live with, and cope.
     
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    editor_morgan responded:
    Hi omarahtopaz,

    I'm so sorry to hear that you are having a difficult time coping with your condition. It is sometimes hard to receive a diagnosis and even harder when it is a diagnosis that is relatively uncommon. My heart goes out to you ((hugs))!

    Information that you might find useful:

    Here are links to support & resources --you are NOT alone.


    Coping with Migraines

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