Getting Tired of This!!

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Hey guys! I'm really scared, and frankly, this really hurts. A week ago, I didn't have any sleep that night at all, and went to church, anyway. After church service was over, my vision got odd and I began to have a panic attack. Right now, it's happening again.

Yesterday, I woke up really early (6pm), and I had a masive migraine. I had nausea, my vision was awful (not like it is right now), my head was pounding, and my neck hurt, as well. I couldn't even eat my dinner, and had to rest until 9pm to eat.

My migraine seemed to last pretty OK after I rested, for the most part, but my head still hurt. I keep getting this ringing sound in my ears. Half the time when that happens, I get headache, especially around the ear that's ringing. I was getting that ringing sound before I got a bad migraine, like right now.

I'm having trouble walking, reading any videos or reading, and I definitely can't listen to any noises that are even a little bit of noise. I keep getting floaters in my eyes and things are getting blurry. I feel like I might go blind, or die. It's getting me scared.

My whole head is hurting, espically around my left eye, the back of my head, and my neck. I'm just really freaking out, and would like to help me. I'm seeing these sort of spots that are destorted. They look kinda like I'm looking at a bubble, and sometimes I look like I'm under water.

Much thanks would be appreciated. rolleyes

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    Never experienced anything like that. So I suggest you to visit Ophthalmologist asap.
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    Kayla, sounds awful. I get migraines almost weekly, but I don't have those eye sumptoms like that, just twirling lights before the headache. Have you seen a doctor? Keep us posted. Could be a neck thing, but I'd check with my doctor asap! Good luck

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      I'm going to see my doctor about this and my anxiety. I'm really sick of all of this crappy stuff in my life. I already have GAD, so this is freaking me out.
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      anxiety isn't always the blame for everything migraine can cause a lot of the things your experiencing go get your eyes checked out because if there's nothing wrong with your eyes there is obviously mixed signals coming from your brain best to go see your doctor too I've had the blurry vision the floaters but it's not anxiety she said I've been wearing my contact lenses too much I've been having migraine too hope that helped
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      I was already supposed to have glasses, but my vision hasn't been so bad, until recently. I'm sick of world war 2 in my head.
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      I'm sick of this head and neck pain since last july with no help or advice just fobbed off with pills and mri scans and more tests are you on meds for your migraine all mine since my lumbar puncture I get horrid pins and needles down my legs and in my fingers
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      I did get treated for migraines, but I stopped taking the medicine I was an, because I had a terrible reaction after upping the dose, just a little bit. I going to try to get put on something for them, and I'm going to go see an eye doctor, as well.
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      The eye-brain thing is my problem... neuro thinks the vascular things that are casuing my migraines are also causing my imbalance and weird eye problems. Having migraines almost everyday lately... I am glad I had an MRI or I would be concerned. Now, find the cause please - sending me to a vascular specialist next.

       

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      My doctor jjust suggested a Magnesium Oxide supplement to prevent the migraines. Maybe yours could too, it doesn't need a prescription though.
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