Covid Results, Migraines, Friends

First off, I got my covid results back yesterday. No coronavirus detected! That was certainly a big relief! Now I don’t have to worry about staying quarantined for weeks!

On the sucky side of things, I did have a full-blown migraine last night. I’m not sure if it was caused by my anxiety about the test results the past few days, or something else, but it was miserable. When I get migraines like that my neck kills me too (you can actually feel the tension and swelling in the back of the neck). Like most migraine sufferers, I can’t stand sound or light, and I get nauseated and dizzy as well. I went to bed early and slept about 9-10 hours, but still feel the aftereffects of it today and fear it coming back in full force.

I’m also a little sad because while I was unsure of my covid status, some friends of mine got together for the first time in forever, and of course didn’t invite me (I don’t blame them, they knew about the covid possibility), but it still bummed me out that I missed the chance to see them.

34 thoughts on “Covid Results, Migraines, Friends

  1. Hello so happy for you that your tests are negative. I recently tested positive, 3 of my coworkers tested negative but exhibited all the symptoms. Even before I knew i was positive I had headaches and that continues to plague me, it’s like a tightening, throbbing and sharp pain all at the same time. I do not find any relief with tylenol and even with ibuprofen.
    Good luck and hope you feel better soon.

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  2. Hey congrats that your results were negative. I do suffer from tension headaches and migraines from time to time hence I can understand your suffering. Hopefully they will subside in sometimes, wishing a good health.

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  3. That’s good news about the results. I’m sorry about the migraine. I know that pain and hope long it gets to totally get it out of your system. Hope you feel better soon. Hugs.

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  4. Your headaches and neck pain sound really similar to what I was enduring for years. It was all pinched neck nerve induced. It’s a vicious cycle too because the pain causes neck tension, which tightens the neck muscles more and compresses the spine even worse.

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