Temple pains

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HI can migraine cause you to shake and give you temple pains , then extreme tiredness, also on mitazapine, could you let me no the treatment everyone is on thankyou

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    Hello Mrs Susan,

    Yes, migraines can cause all of the symptoms you describe, but any triptan you take can make you sleepy too.  My personal preference is Sumatriptan.  You also need some preventative medicine too.  I take Pregabalin, Verapmil and Nortriptyline.  I get cluster headache and Hemilpegic Migraine, which is no fun as it hospitalises me from time to time.

    If this continues for you, talk to your dr about seeing a Neurologist, getting an MRI scan and of course preventative meds too.

    Good luck Mrs Susan and hope you feel better soon.

    Take care and let us know how you get on.

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    I have those symptoms except the shaking.As a preventative I am on amitrptyline, 200 mg of B2 and 400 mg of magnesium
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    Hello Mrs Susan,

    Yes it can get u shakes and temple pains, and fever too..

    I get cold and hot too and NO it's not my menaupause , cause I went through it when I was 30 years old.. now I'm 48 and it's getting worse the Hemiplegic Migraines with aura..

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    Temple pains, fatigue, tingling. All part of it. My worst migraines start with an unexplained dopeyness. Can’t stay awake even though I’ve had rest. They are scary. My speech slurs, right side tingles, flashing lights then pain.

    Everyone is different so what works for some doesn’t others. Imitrex nasal spray worked the best on me till I couldn’t take it anymore 

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