Tricia Stream was 15 when she got her first migraine.
"It felt like someone was tightening a C-clamp on my head and banging my temples with a hammer," said Stream, now 31, who lives in San Jose, Calif.
As Stream got older, her migraines became more intense and more frequent. By her junior year of college, she was getting them every other day. And they were getting her down.
"I just wanted to lie in a dark room and not talk to anyone," said Stream, describing the extreme aversion to light and...Full Story