Chronic Grace

Finding the Grace in a Life With Chronic Illness

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    1. Julie, You are always so sweet! I’m sorry I haven’t been keeping up with your blog as I’d like to (your work is beautiful!)–the migraines have been a real pain lately and I seem to be behind in everything…but your support means even more to me right now, it helps me feel less alone. thanks dear! xo

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      1. That’s horrible, do you get them often? I used to suffer terribly, but now I am all good

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      2. Yes, I tend to get about 10-12 a month. I used to get them almost every day, but now I get Botox treatment every three month, and that’s helped reduce the number, thank goodness.

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      3. wow, I had heard of that, thankfully mine was far less extreme

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      4. I’m just grateful that Botox is available as a treatment and then I have Excedrin and prescription painkillers (0ccasionally) to help manage the pain on other days. 🙂

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