Like a number of people on this forum I started with a pain behind my left eye. This has also coincided with a general sense of not feeling myself (like I'm looking down on myself from the top of the room) and fatigue.

I went to see my doctor who, after looking at the back of my eyes and taking my blood pressure, stated that it sounds like I have 'cluster migraine' (common in men apparently!).

I've been put on a course of strong painkillers (which make me feel drunk when I take them and am therefore reluctant ot take).

Would be interested to hear any other diagnostic opinions and proposed solutions.

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