- Hemiplegic Migraine
My wife gets super sound sensitive ones. She messaged me once (ages ago) to come home from work, she was hiding in the wardrobe because it was the quietest place in the house (which was pretty silent really). I didn’t know where she was so I was wandering aroung going ‘HONEY, WHERE ARE YOU?’ rather loudly… oops.
To the OP – I’d be at the doc’s by now if I were you.Posted 4 years agonotmyrealnameSubscriber
already been to russells hall a&e. they diagnosed the headache and sent me home with a promise of a letter for a scan. fat good that will do if i’ve had a brain bleed.
What tests did they do to diagnose it?
I’m pretty surprised that they’ve done that. Speaking from personal experience down here in London, if you called an ambulance and presented with severe headache and loss of sensation/weakness down one side, you’d be considered to be FAST positive and would be blue lighted to an Acute Stroke Unit. They’d then make the decision of whether or not you’ve got a migraine or something more serious!Posted 4 years agomattbeeSubscriber
I temporarily lose sensation in my left arm and the left side of my face when I have migraines. Usually as the ‘aura’ is fading and the pain is starting, can last for anywhere between ten minutes and an hour or so. To be honest, it’s more the feeling that someone is trying to escape from inside my head using mining equipment that bothers me more.Posted 4 years ago
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