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does anyone have a similar problem with them. my doctor says there migraines but I don't have headaches with them. I have staring spells to point I jus stare at the lights nd ceiling. even when I walk. I roll my eyes to back of my head nd that's what hurts me. I've Had a CT scan done of my head. I've also got an appointment for neurologist in May. but I'm wondering if anyone has any tips to stop them. my migraine meds I was given don't work. I wear a beanie hat to try nd stop the staring a little bit. nd I often stay in my room completely dark except for my TV being on. idk what it is or what more to do. any help would be much appreciated.

    • Jay2004

      332d

      Also what works for me and the hospital reccomended was oddly enough benadryl I hope this helps

    • Jay2004

      332d

      For me I get different migranes I have migranes that make half my body go numb I think you could be having complex migranes they aren't normal and are a huge struggle I have hemiplegic migranes maybe try looking into some different complex migranes and see if you relate to any

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One person mentioned that migraines don't always necessarily have head pain and suggested seeking a second opinion from another neurologist. Another person mentioned the possibility of "silent migraines," which have other migraine symptoms but no head pain, and recommended seeing a neurologist for further evaluation.

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