About Me: Female, 42, paterson, NJ, member since Aug 2007
Hi My name is Annette i'm from NJ,37 years old married with 2 wonderful kids a girl-20 & boy-16,And i like to come here it gives me comfort to learn about wat i have or don't have...wat i can learn with the help of every one.....
Hi I just noticed what you posted about the fast heart rate and I noticed in your journal back last year you were having low blood pressure too. Just wondering have you ever been tested for possible thyroid issues?
I have never been on this site before, but was online doing some research for an ovary removal this week. I came across this site and your comment about migraines.
I am also 37. I have tried tons of meds for my headaches. Have you tried Relpax? It seems to be working the best for me. I also take a daily dose of Depakote®/Depakote® ER (both Divalproex sodium). It is used for many things, but it has worked well for me as well as my 9yo daughter.
Best of luck. If you wish to talk more about this, my eml is flashykam at yahoo.
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