A few months ago, I shared a story here on the Lauren’s Hope Blog about being at work when my lips and tongue swelled up due to an allergic reaction. As instructed at Urgent Care, I did follow up with my Primary Care Physician right away, and she ran some blood work to test for food allergies. The results came back: Allergic to milk and hazelnuts.Read More
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If you've ever had a severe migraine, you know how completely debilitating they can be. The aura, the pain, the photosensitivity, the nausea: it's sensory overload that can quite literally leave you speechless and unable to function. Migraines impact both adults and children, men and women, and can first occur at almost any age. However, because migraines aren't life-threatening, many people never seek medical support for their migraines, which means they live with potentially resolvable pain.