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I am a chronic migraine sufferer, since I was 10 or 11. I have seen 4 neurologists, 2 in UK and 2 in US, they have been unable to find the cause. I hoped that the menapause would resolve the problem but not so far. I am now 53 and postmenapausal. When the migraine hits I can have it for 5 days. It may go with use of Naratriptan but is back when I wake up the next day. I was diagnosed with low thyroid 5 years ago and take 100mcg daily, I still have tiredness, hair loss, too much weight etc. Recently I have started exercising to help aid weight loss and found that a couple of hours later I get the throbbing headache and feel nauseous. This is after plenty of water and a light meal before and after working out. I don't know if this is due to the thyroid. Has anyone had the same problem?
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