I'm a 47 year old man. In my childhood I would get bad migraines from time to time. A cause was never found, but they went away when I entered adolescence. In the past few years I've gotten migraines from time to time, some not so bad and some absolutely terrible. Lately the frequency has increased dramatically to the point that I now seem to be getting one nearly every day, and it sucks. I'm keeping a journal of things I eat, meds I take, weather and environmental changes in an effort to determine triggers. As best I can tell right now, they're triggered by the mere fact that I'm alive and breathing.
I've been hesitant to see a neurologist because I'm already taking more prescription meds than I want, and I'm sure here in Tennessee that the first thing an M.D. will want to do is throw meds at the problem. I've been doing all I can myself to determine root cause, but at this point I've had it. I'm going to make an appointment with a neurologist tomorrow and see if he or she can help me. I've attached a screenshot of my recent headaches, and as you can see they've gotten progressively worse in the past month.