[Blurb]: Hemiplegic migraine can look like a stroke. Sarah Alexander-Georgeson explores her diagnosis.
Read stories from people who live with and manage chronic migraine. Each story gives a first-person account of living with migraine, from identifying and avoiding triggers to balancing work and family life.
Living with one or more chronic conditions affects your life in so many ways. The only people who really know what you are going through are those who have faced the same challenges for years. With that in mind we have created Life Effects, an initiative shaped by patients, for patients.