I have chronic daily migraines, 24/7, and like I wrote initially, I’ve been living with it every day since 2002. I’ve seen a lot of doctors, been to lots of clinics, and of course tried every treatment option suggested under the sun. I think I might have missed something in your post – but it sounds like he is being assed for a psychiatric diagnosis in effort to explain physical symptoms. If you don’t mind me asking, what was it that made you, your family, or your medical team to investigate a mental health cause? I ask because – well, for one, I do not believe there “physical” health, and that’s one thing, then there is “mental” health, which is a different thing. It sounds like the science on this is catching up to what many of us have always known. Its true that physical health is seen as more – well, medical, – but because of that, mental health is seen as separate, as its own genre, with its only list of specific symptoms, to meet specific critic, to determine a specific diagnosis. Sorry – I’m going on and on.
I’m just wondering what inspired his medical team to assess for a mental health cause?