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2007-08-10
Name: Editor Do you suffer from migraines? What are your triggers? In what way do they disrupt your schedules? How do you cope with migraines?
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2007-08-28
#1
Name: R.B.
Subject:  About Migraine Pain
hello, everyone.
I used to have bad migraine headaques.then i tried some YOGA--PRANAYAM.and it helped me so much.They are so much helpful--especially bhastrika, anulom-vilom and bhramri.try yoga and i hope it will help in your case too.
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2016-08-01
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Name: fdsdf
Subject:  RE:About Migraine Pain
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2007-08-27
#3
Name: Sandhya
Subject:  Pregnance with Migraine
Hi All,
I too have very bad migraine. It is soo severe that it doesn' t subside even with a pain killer like Tylenol some times. But this is OK I can some how manage but I plan on getting pregnant some time soon. Due to this migraine pain I' m scared to go ahead with it, since I want to avoid taking pain killers during pregnancy.
Has anybody gone through pregnancy with migraines??
Please suggest me a solution
Thanks
Sandhya
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2007-08-17
#4
Name: salomi
Subject:  Suruchi - Careful there
Easy on the jalebis and milk. If the migraine doesn' t get you, tooth cavities, or a bad case of indigestion definetly will.
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2007-08-17
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Name: Suruchi
Subject:  Migraine and Jalebi
I have tried the \" Jalebi\" remedy with unboiled milk first thing in the morning. I did it for 21 days and have observed major relief in my migraine. I dont know what is the logic behind it but in terrible migraine pain I could try out anything.
And it has worked to my relief. Now I do not get migraine as often as I used to get earlier. Now it is mostly due to indigestion or going out in sun.
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2007-08-13
#6
Name: Nitin
Subject:  Strange migraine cure
I know quite a few people in my family who had migraine. One strange cure that is quite popular is to keep a ' jalebi' near your bedside and eat this FIRST THING in the morning whenever you get up in the morning.

I know it sounds ludirous, but know some people who swear that is works. Maybe there' s somethig about it, like sugar entering the body as you wake up from sleep that controls a migrane attack?
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2007-08-14
#7
Name: Rusi
Subject:  Nitin
WI have no migrains. However, migraines or no migrains, I am goign to try out this cure for sure.
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2007-08-13
#8
Name: Abdul
Subject:  Interesting Solution
Ive never heard about this... Obviously this has something to do with sugar but have never heard of sugar levels and migraines being connected.
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2007-08-13
#9
Name: sherene
Subject:  Triggers
I think it was a well written article. I' ve found that sometimes if ive had Pizza and a chocolate dessert to follow i may get a migraine the following day... I never knew red wine could be a trigger. Is there anything to do with the quantity of the trigger that will set it off?
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2007-08-13
#10
Name: Madhavi
Subject:  Migraine hype
I don' t know what all the fuss is about. Migraines are just headaches after all? How serious could it be. I think people who get migraines exaggerate. They act as if its the end of their world.
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2007-08-13
#11
Name: Neelam
Subject:  Insensitive
I think Madhavi is either ignorant or insensitive. I have a younger brother who gets migraine attacks. He starts vomiting severely and has fits of nausea. He has to spend the entire day in bed, he misses out on school,friends and lot more just because of migraine. You should hear him scream in pain during an attack and then you wouldn´ t say its a fuss!!!
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2007-08-13
#12
Name: Ashish
Subject:  Migraine Madness
I' ve been having a chronic migraine problem ever since I was at school. Though it helps me to appreciate life better at the same time when I get an attack I don' t have the will to live. Is there any cure for migraine?
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2007-08-13
#13
Name: Samir
Subject:  Migraine Cure
I am not sure but I had a friend who was taking some homeopathic medicines which helped in preventing his migraine. Perhaps you should try a homeopathic doctor.
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