Not for me, but for my mom, who is eighty-six. Her health is generally good, although she tires easily. She also has a hand tremor in her dominant hand, so she sees a neurologist periodlcally.
She’s had the migraines for some years, but usually not too often, and sometimes she would go for several months without one. But lately she’s been having about one a week, and my sisters and I are worried.
Should we insiste Mom see a regular docto soonr? Should she schedule an appointment with the neurologist? None of us, thankfully, has migraines, but we observe how badly they affect our mother and feel bad for her.
I’m afraid she could have some blood vessel burst or something. What can Dopers tell me about dealing with serial migraines?