LETTER: Nelson headaches not unique

Thank you to Andrew McMonagle for sharing in his letter his wife’s problem with migraines since coming to Nelson.

Re: “Nelson is killing my wife”

Thank you to Andrew McMonagle for sharing in his letter his wife’s problem with migraines since coming to Nelson. I myself have developed a similar situation since moving here from Victoria. I now have a constant headache feels like my head has been “pressurized” and it never goes away. I can only get a bit of relief from taking Tylenol with codeine by double and triple doses every day. Thought I was out of my mind! Thank you for sharing your experience. I too am moving in the new year back to the island. Good luck and god bless you and your family.

D. Locke, Nelson

 

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