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I was born seven weeks premature, in severe condition and wasn’t expected to survive the first hours of life, let alone my first 24 years. I spent the first several weeks in a incubator, and once I survived the NICU it was onward from there. My first few years of life were fairly typical until I started getting severe headaches and migraines at 3 years of age.

Over the next 10 years , thousands of dollars were spent on CAT scans, test and doctor visits, and I was finally place on prescription medication. Although it cause severe mood swings, food cravings and weight gain, I stayed on this medication for the next six years. It helped with the migraines temopporar5ily: however, the migraines were still present. If I missed even one dose, the withdrawl headaches were worse than the migraines.

Even after discontinuing the medicate, I still had a migraine every few weeks, lasting a minimum of five days.

- Curis Functional Health
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