I’m writing this with a migraine. I hate them. But my mother had them, my brother used to have them, so I’m following in a fine, well-trod family tradition, not one I would recommend.
I first noticed it around 3:30 this morning, but chose to “wait and see” hoping it was only a simple headache that would go away if I fell back to sleep–mild case of denial, that. People with true migraine syndrome will understand that the medication prescribed by the physician works more efficiently (translation: faster, more complete relief) when taken at the first Continue reading “Migraine morning”