I get them. I generally can't eat a thing when I have them. I sip iced
water if I am not vomiting with them. Throwing up doesn't make me feel
better but the movement of the head while throwing up makes the headache
1,000 times worse. At their worst I can't move off the bed nor move my
head 1mm. In the post migraine stage I like toast and Vegemite and a cup
"Julie Bove" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> Does anyone else here get them? If so... What do you eat when you
> have them? I have a really bad one right now. Started last night. I
> was able to eat some plain white rice last night but today has been
> bad. I just do not want to eat. Blood sugar has been okay but
> leaning towards low. I don't have any juice or regular soda in the
> house. And the only candy I have that I can eat is Twizzlers and red
> hots, neither of which sounds good.
> From what I have read, not everyone who gets them gets the nausea but
> I really have it bad. Sometimes if I can throw up, I will get better.
> So far all I've eaten today was the gelled chia seeds, one piece of
> toast with Smart Balance light, topped with flax seeds and hemp
> hearts. I took a bite of the 2nd piece but couldn't eat any more.
> Had to force myself to eat dinner. Nothing sounded good at all. I
> made whole wheat spaghetti for Angela. There was no meat in it. Just
> the red sauce made from scratch. I had a little of that with a tiny
> bit of Daiya non-dairy cheese and maybe three green beans. It was all
> I could do to finish that.
> I need to eat my bedtime snack soon. Am going to try more rice. That
> doesn't sound appealing at all but I was able to keep it down.