You’ve had a long day at work. You want to come home, eat supper, unwind, and play with the children, not necessarily in that order. Once the kids are all tucked into their beds you wish to be intimate with your wife. You are disappointed when she tells you,’ Not tonight honey, I have a headache. ‘ As a migraine sufferer myself, I can personally assure you that a headache isn’t the same as having a migraine. I was diagnosed 13 years ago after being admitted to an emergency room because of a ‘really bad headache. ‘ Most headaches don’t make you cry, want to throw up, or cause changes in your vision. 10% to 15% of sufferers are given a warning and experience auras just before the migraine strikes. This could be seeing flashing lights, blurred vision, lightheadedness, and numbness, just to name only a few.