Calling all young people!

Stamping out Migraine Misconceptions

                           Migraine Action Youth Migraine Chat

With less than a month to go until the start of Migraine Awareness Week, we’d love to announce our Migraine Action Youth Migraine Chat! 

This will be your chance to talk to us! How has migraine impacted your school/college/university life? How does it make you feel? Do you think that people understand? 

We want to show what migraine really means, so join us on the 9th September during Migraine Awareness Week at 5:30pm to stamp out migraine misconceptions.

Click here from  5:15pm on the 9th September to enter the chat hosted by Migraine Action 

Reader Comments (2)

I am a life long sufferer. My 10 year old has migraines. I've been called by nurse once a week since school started . Took him to doc 3 times . Increased his propranolol to 20 mg 3x day. 400 mg ibuprofen 4 Jr Tylenol Mt Dew. Zofran when needed. Going to pediatric neuro. Told my neuro, he said he was too young and didn't need to take a pill for everything !!!!

By Sherry on Wednesday, September 9th, 2015

What can you advise for somebody like me who has a chronic migraine (used to be called transferred migraine?) which means eg that I have have had a one-sided headache 24x7 for the last 20 years? Thank you.

By Gordon Bennett on Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015

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