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Going on my 24th hour of a 10/10 migraine...as you all have probably experienced, I'm pretty dysphoric, on the brink of insanity, and trying really hard to distract myself from the pain.
It's in migraines like these that I know why people would drill holes in their skulls for medical treatment. When I think of it, it's actually quite funny how before migraines you'd see pictures depicting such archaic medical practices and think...Who would come up with drilling a hole in someone's head as a form of relief? Let alone, who would be crazy enough to volunteer?
Since I've had migraines, I completely understand the logic behind the practice; your head feels like it's going to explode from the immense pressure that it makes sense to think of drilling a hole to release the pressure.
It certainly doesn't sound crazy to me right now.
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You came in here for support and got NOTHING! For that I am deeply sorry for missing your post.
How are you feeling now? I hope the cycle of pain has been broken and you are feeling better.
Let me know, OK?
I'm so sorry I missed your post, too. I hope you're doing much, much better now.
As for volunteering for trepanning, there have been times I've been tempted. I can picture it feeling like a big release valve being turned and letting out all the ick in one whoosh. That can be pretty tempting imagery when things have drug on too long.
We all so understand. Only a migraineur understands why there are moments when self decapitation actually sounds like a logical solution.
Laura, hang in there. We've all been there. Don't forget to read everything on migraines. Get as much info as you can it helps. I hate that I miss your post also.
Sometimes you do feel like you are losing you mind. I hope you will keep posting someone will get it.
Here are some hugs if you have another migraine.
Hang in there.
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