#332

elly
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If you mean a migraine without the headache, I do, well only a very mild headache . They do tend to make me feel drained for a couple of days afterwards. I have visual disturbances, speech problems (very embarrassing when you cant form a sentence). and usually pins and needles or numbness in my fingers and tongue. Mine used to be hormonal but are usually stress related now. They tend to come in batches, one or two a week for a month or so, then nothing for ages. It’s usually bright light that triggers them, particularly the glare of the sun on a road or surface. I think it’s my bodies way of making me aware I need to rest, since that’s the only thing that cures them. If I take 3 paracetamol at the very first sign I can put them off for a while sometimes.