Migraine Hangover

The girl is still sleep­ing off the post-migraine hang­over. I’ve spo­ken with her neu­rol­o­gist and aller­gist’s nurs­es, and am wait­ing to hear what the actu­al doc­tors have to say.


I have to put in a plug for Dr. James Barfield. He’s a pedi­atric neu­rol­o­gist. His prac­tice is in Buford, but he is more than worth the dri­ve if you’re in the state. I’m quite serious—he and his office staff are high­ly com­pe­tent AND the nicest med­ical pro­fes­sion­als I have ever encoun­tered. He went into the field because he had migraines him­self as a child, and want­ed oth­ers to get bet­ter treat­ment than he did. The num­ber is 770–503-9700.

I can’t help but wish that he did take some adult patients, because word­can­dlemage has hor­rif­ic migraines and I’d like to see him get care as good as Katie has.


Oth­er­wise, I’m still study­ing. I haven’t heard back from the pro­fes­sor regard­ing some­thing in the assign­ments that isn’t quite clear.

Just got anoth­er call from the aller­gist’s office. She’s pre­scrib­ing an EpiPen for Katie to car­ry and said she should keep Benadryl with her. Katie is NOT going to like giv­ing up her tiny styl­ish purse, but this stuff isn’t going to fit in there at all.

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Cyn is Rick's wife, Katie's Mom, and Esther & Oliver's Mémé. She's also a professional geek, avid reader, fledgling coder, enthusiastic gamer (TTRPGs), occasional singer, and devoted stitcher.
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