A sidestep

Not a real post, and I can’t remember the Greek alphabet at present. Normal (ho ho) service will be resumed later or tomorrow.

I developed a migraine within a minute or two of waking up this morning. I didn’t have any pills upstairs and I’m reluctant to walk unshod as I walk funny, so I dressed, so it was 10 minutes or so before I took Migraleve. Sadly, that meant it didn’t work. Now, I’m just starting my 3rd migraine of the day. I’m working through it though, it doesn’t help to give in. If I did, I’d have to go to bed for at least 2 hours and I’d still feel fragile all evening.

Still, lucky it didn’t happen yesterday. I couldn’t have driven like this. Fortunately, I touchtype so not seeing properly isn’t a problem.

14 comments on “A sidestep

  1. Z

    Thanks, I think the worst is over. Fortunately, I only normally get the straightforward ones, not the 3-day sort that make you really ill.

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  2. Four Dinners

    loadsa (((((((hugs))))))) babe

    I pal of mine suffers occasionally. He has to retire to a dark room and lie down. The alternative is he falls over. Bad business.

    Be well x

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  3. Completely Alienne

    I do hope the migraine has gone by now; I have never had one but I do know how awful they are because my husband used to get them (we used to have a discussion about whether I should be calling him an ambulance through a pillow each time) and now Lenin seems to be prone to them to.

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  4. Z

    Nearly gone, thanks. My mother used to get dreadful ones and sometimes the doctor had to be called to give her a knock-out injection. Ro’s occasional ones are as bad. Mine are infrequent and I don’t get sick any more and usually keep busy and refuse to acknowledge them as sufficient distraction defeats all but the worst.

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  5. Fellow sufferer

    Trust all’s well by now Z, but you might like to try Tiger balm gently massaged on the temple’s in future…it’s magic!

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  6. Z

    I have a memory of Tiger Balm, I know I’ll recognise it when I smell it. Thank you, I’ll buy a jar (or tin?) and give it a try.

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