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I understand your concern.
You were diagnosed with migraine one year back. But in your history you did not mention anything about headaches. You have mentioned about chronic fatigue and lack of sleep. Migraine can indeed cause lack of sleep and definitely make you fatigued all the time. So kindly mention in the follow up question, whether you also have headaches or any migraine aura symptoms? Such as visual aura : Colored spots in front of eyes, zig zag lines ( e.t.c ) . Migraine is mostly diagnosed from history.
All the medicines you have mentioned are useful in treatment of migraine.Since all your other reports are normal, then the diagnosis of migraine can be made. But along with medicines you also have to identify the cause of your migraine. Migraine can be triggered by a lot of things such as - too much coffee or caffeine, loud music, bright light, food allergies- allergy from dairy products, egg plant ( e.t.c), stress, anxiety. So you need to find a correlation between your symptoms and the triggering factor. See if there's any common factor each time you get a migraine. If you can identify the triggering factor, and avoid it all together migraine attacks can be prevented in the future.
Lack of sleep further can induce more migraine episodes. So its like a vicious cycle. The only good thing as of now is that all your other reports are normal. You can post all your problems, if there is any stress related issue or anything. It will help us to understand your symptoms better. Meanwhile you can start taking a multivitamin supplement like Cobazinc, one tablet daily before sleeping. This can help you with your fatigue.
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