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Sharing My Headache Story with NHF – Karen

I have been suffering with headaches, migraines, for about 20-years or more. I remember them lasting for a month or more, just ebbing in my head.

For the last couple of years I have noticed that my headaches are getting more frequent and painful. I have also realized that when I yawn frequently or sometimes feel like I want to yawn but the yawn won’t come; my headache tends to come on. This is like my trigger, or the warning that I am about to be in some serious pain. Also, I have an upset stomach, nausea, vomiting, throbbing pain; my tongue and the back of my throat become tingly and numb sometimes, even to the point of having slight difficulty speaking. This is the part that really bothers me more…the part where my tongue feels weird. Pills do not help. I have to have a bag of ice on my head where the pain is and lay down.

Has anyone heard of the tongue issue?

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