Women With Migraine

Maddy White

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The word migraine might not mean much to you, but to many women and myself it is one that carries a hefty sentence.

“I had a big car accident and I fractured my skull, and obviously I had a bit of a headache. But, I would rather have that fractured skull headache than any migraine ever.” - Margaret Lammiman - as she picks up a digestive biscuit in her house in Kingston.

Women With Migraine explores the extreme effects migraines and how they impact everyday life and why they continue to remain overlooked by medical professionals. A new drug is currently being trialled to prevent migraines – could this be the cure sufferers have been searching for?