||[Mar. 31st, 2008|10:35 am]
This is the 4th day I've had a migraine. I wonder if it is unprofessional to wear sunglasses at work. Not sure what to do.
I hope hope hope this isn't a side effect of my medicine.
Ha! I've shut the blinds in my office and am working in the dark with one lamp.
You are merely adopting the "italian" approach to sunglasses.
Thank God for Excedrine and loads of Diet Coke. I'm feeling a bit more human. Classy glasses would be quite European.
I think as long as they're tasteful and understated, it should be fine. (Save the heart-shaped glittery ones for after hours.)
Ahh, I also have blinds I can close in my office. I should do that, although it will cause rumors. :)
Let 'em talk. ;)
Maybe dimming your computer screen would help, too.
In Canada they have these pills called 222 which is aspirin, codeine, and caffeine (?) they help migraines. My wife has migraine and tried Maxalt, which was worse than the headache.
I tried Relpax and Fioracet and had terrible side effects. I passed out on one of them, so my doctor said not to take them again.
I wish I was in Canada right now curled up with some 222.
Edited at 2008-03-31 08:01 pm (UTC)
Yes, my wife's heart almost exploded when she took Maxalt. She was sick for more than a day from it.
as a fellow migraine sufferer, I do wear sunglasses in the office on occasion. If someone asks, I explain, but it hasn't been an issue at all. I'm amazed you are AT work! I hope the migraine shot tomorrow helps. :(
I'm am not kidding when I say I have wore sunglasses to fight a migrane from keeping me from work. My boss was okay with it because it kept me there getting my work done... ;) Smart guy.