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I have a brain...

After suffering from my first migraine earlier this week, I decided to go in and get an MRI scan.   I wasn't  worried  I had any major problems, but my friends and family thought it would be a good idea just to make sure everything was "normal" up there.   I told them "You will never find anything normal by looking at my brain." It was a great experience and the initial scan didn't show any major concerns.  For the record, I do have a full brain even though sometimes on the radio it may sound like I am only working with half of one. Thanks for all your emails and advice on migraines, it's nice to know you're not alone when you lose your vision and get a splitting headache. Images from: Enhanced Medical Imaging Bookmark and Share

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05/20/2010 1:55AM
I have a brain...
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05/21/2010 4:30AM
Nicole Maurer
I'm glad you have a whole brain. I've never suffered a migraine and hope I never will. The last MRI I had there were 15 new lesions on it. Not something to look hopeful at. I am hoping you could give me 1/2 your brain and I'll give you 1/2 of mine. That way we will both be 1/2 way normal. LOL
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