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My wife had a tooth out last year (10) months ago the following day she had a migraine attack which was so severe we called an ambulance and my wife was kept in hospital for a couple of days.
Up until this point she had never had a migraine in her life, she is 33yrs old.
They did MRI, tests etc and she was diagnosed with migraines and migraine associated vertigo. She has seen a neurologist for the diagnosis.
180mg propananol slow release
Frovatriptan (for an attack)
And naproxen 500mg upto three times a day if needed.
Her daily migraines have reduced but she still gets tries very often but she is left with the following symptoms.
Vertigo - she is being pushed backwards all the time, she spins left and right, and drops like an elevator constantly. If she walks up and down the stairs it takes her 15min before the intense spinning stops. A 2minute journey in the car completly screws her over.
Internal vibrations - she gets a mobile phone vibration feeling in her feet, all the way up to her back and sometimes in her arms and neck/head. It never stops but has varying degrees of intensity this is driving her crazy and makes the vertigo worse.
Head vibrations and tinnitus - she had tinnitus before this started and had it for a number of years but now it is in both ears and the pitch is so intense she can't cope. Her brain feels like it has a generator inside it as well buzzing away all the time.
She is Suicidal and can't cope anymore, I want to to get her back into see a neurolgyst but has anyone had a similar situation and any advice please?
We are desperate
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