Question by : Are migraines normal with low blood pressure?
I have low-blood sugar, and three years ago I started getting extremely painful migraines, and not long after (a couple of months) I was checked, and told I have low-blood pressure. For a long time afterwards, the migraines lessened, and eventually stopped. But now they are starting up again, and they are extremely painful. Please help, I have no idea if this is normal and if it’s not (and even if it is) how to avoid the migraines. If you can help me, please do, as I have one right now and it is extremely painful.
Answer by hthr
I have had migraines for many years. I found that certain foods and drink can trigger them…like diet drinks or meats/ other foods with nitrates (preservative) also, weather changes and stress can trigger them for me.
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