Sara Batchelder

I had my first migraine the year I graduated from university, 26 years ago. I had no idea how they would affect my future or how severe migraine disease can be, or even that migraine IS a disease. I had been a full-time student for 17 years and was ready for my “life to begin.” I had just returned from an epic three-month trip to Europe that I had worked very hard and saved money for, working part-time at a bank while also attending school full-time.