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Migraine Pain

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

emoticon I am enlightened today.
I have been doing well on SP logging in, Drinking water, Eating 5+ fruits & Veggies/ Day. Restarted my exercise.
Hit with migraine pain todayt....and I do NOT care. Not eating a veg or fruit. Not doing cardio. Not lifting a weight.
emoticon I want comfort food and a dark quiet place. Maybe my dog. May be able to drink the water emoticon emoticon emoticon

Suddenly got a different look at the lives of those of you with RA fibromyalgia and other chronic pain conditions. You have a whole different mountain to climb!

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WINDANCER99 7/20/2011 10:49AM


Gosh, I hate hearing that someone I know is having migraine pain or any kind of pain! Do what you need to do to take care of yourself today.

Lifting up prayers for a speedy recovery. emoticon ~Pat

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SERENEMOM71 7/20/2011 8:31AM

  I'm sorry that you have a migraine. Pain of any kind is no fun. You are in my thoughts and prayers for a quick recovery. God Bless and take care.
Love, your sister in Christ,
Amy emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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TDHFIFTY 7/19/2011 12:44AM

    Very interesting perspective. I wonder if you can define some "kinda healthy comfort food" to use when you need it, like with a migraine. I KNOW that when I get one I can't eat anything, but a tall glass of ice water with some lemon would be a real treat. Of course, I can have that anytime, but that extra touch of lemon would make it feel more indulgent... and not upset my stomach, and cool down my head which COULD lead me to some migraine relief! Exedrin Migraine helps too.

Thanks for the perspective.

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DEACONTOM 7/19/2011 12:44AM

    Keep pushing

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