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I had migraines as a young woman (early twenties - also the time, and only time I took the Pill). Then the migraines stopped and only returned when I hit 40. Now I am 50 with other perimenopausal symptoms (occasional missed periods, breast sensitivity, nausea, dizzyness) and the migraines come more often, can last several days and I am left with a very sensitive-feeling skull. I can no longer tolerate red wine, nor more than one coffee a day. I haven't noticed any other food triggers but have started a health diary. Also, my doctor put me on 4 grams of Tylenol a day and it immediately stopped the feeling of a lurking migraine.

November 6, 2008 - 3:36pm


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