Monday, 11 February 2008

Had the mother of all migraines yesterday, wasnt going to let it spoil my day out planned at a local country park especially as weather is balmy and spring like here! But I suffered on will power and codiene tablets, my mum said my pupils were like pinpricks and as a former migraine sufferer herself, she knew what the low winter sun in my eyes was doing to me! But Dumpling was enjoying himself so much and when I secretly bought tickets to the small train track they have there he nearly burst with excitement and happiness, I barely remember the train ride but I do remember his utter joy at riding a tiny steam train and going under tunnels! We went home late in the afternoon, I chatted most of the way home because I thought if I kept my mouth busy I might not throw up in my mums car, in fact I dry heaved over the toilet for 10 minutes when I got home, then laid in a dark room for two hours, unable to sleep. Lolly got take away from the shop round the corner at which point I realised that I had something wrong with my arms and hands, numbness and tingling and some lack of co-ordination, still a bit wrong this morning and i can smell the strangess smell, I dont think its real, I think its something to do with the migraine. I 'm aware the spelling is bad in this post, my brain has quite returned to normal yet and the blogger spellchecker wont work, will try again later!

1 comment:

Maria said...

Wow...a classic migraine. I used to get those frequently. My hands and fingers would numb out and my coordination would be off. I remember so well those awful dry heaves.

I am just thankful that they stopped when I hit 30. From 20-30, they were almost sickeningly bad and then suddenly they just...stopped and I have not even had a headache in years. I hope that the same is true for you soon....

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