Yesterday I got this huge grody mole on the back of my head removed. There was nothing wrong with it, no cancer suspicions or anything, it was just huge and grody and needed to be off of my head.
This morning I woke up with the worst migraine I've had in a long time. I was really close to tears, actually. I took the Tylenol that the dermatologist said I could take for any pain because it's not a blood thinner and they don't want my head wound to bleed, since the head is so vascular.
Then a couple of hours later, after trying to will the headache away with an icepack on my head and the covers pulled up to block out all light, I decided I didn't care about the blood thinning issue and I took 3 Excedrin. A little while later, I spent 15 minutes going through all my bags and drawers, hoping to find a stray prescription migraine pill that actually works. No luck.
Finally the Excedrin started to kind of work, so I got up and drank a Diet Coke (another migraine helper, believe it or not) and ate 2 eggs. Managed to keep all of that down, which was a feat considering how my stomach felt.
So anyway, here I sit at home, with piles of things to do at work, and only marginally able to concentrate enough to do a little bit of that work. My head still hurts, but not quite as badly. I keep popping Excedrin, hoping instead of just keeping the worst pain at bay, they will eventually make the headache go away entirely.
Jason speculates that this may due to my head surgery yesterday. It seems like a bit of an extreme reaction to getting a mole removed. I'm going to say it's a side effect from suffering head trauma. That sounds better.