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Longtime migraine sufferers search for new treatments

Post by Tee on Sun Apr 08, 2012 5:23 am


By: Patrick Springer

Cheryl Beech endured a headache that persisted for the better part of the past eight years. Not a head splitter. It was more of a constant level of nagging pain and discomfort that would ebb and flow but never really go away.

Cheryl Beech endured a headache that persisted for the better part of the past eight years.

Not a head splitter. It was more of a constant level of nagging pain and discomfort that would ebb and flow but never really go away.

“It just feels like there’s constant pressure,” she says. “It can almost feel like a shroud coming over my head.”

A shroud of pain and pressure that medicine calls a migraine.

The onset of Beech’s migraines came when she was about 20 years old. Slowly they became more frequent and more unrelenting.

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