Sticky Blood-Hughes Syndrome Support

New guidelines for GP's for diagnosis of migraines and headaches, which may help our friends and relatives! with other types of headaches!

This is an up to date article. A further article more specifically towards Hughes Syndrome will come later on The Telegraph.

Mary F

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Well done Mary for finding this & putting this up :)

Glad one to do with Huhes will be going in too, they had put one in before.



That's a great step in the right direction thank you for always sharing up to date relevant info :-) I have forwarded to a friend who suffers terribly from migraines who receives very little support from her gp & workplace.

Keep them coming :-) :-) :-) :-) :-) kx


Hi there, about the best thing she could do is book herself an appointment with The National Migraine Centre. I have used them and so have friends... and you do NOT need a GP referral - and they also have a forum, on the same platform as on on HealthUnlocked.

They were great with one of my children, and my best friend who has migraines from hell! MF x


Thank you Mary I have forward that to her kxx


Thanks for the heads-up Mary - I will be really interested to see the Guidelines once they're published, particularly the underlying cause section! Hopefully we can build it into a campaign in the future.

Speaking of the Telegraph - I've had a few emails from James le Fanu trying to organise an interview between him and Graham Hughes but then he tends to disappear again. Have you heard anything?



Yes I had heard it was due to take place on 24th of this month, I can send you another Ms Marple trackied down email address if you like. Let me know. x


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