I have suffered from chronic migraines for 9 years. They were once daily for three years straight.
Yes, you just read that correctly.
So after years of various natural and medical treatments, I've made the leap into the land of Botox.
As I was driving there, the sudden awareness of what I was about to do settled in. The thought of getting injected several times into my scalp, face, and neck was a bit unnerving.
Once I arrived, the doctor came in and he talked to me about the procedure. It was then that he dropped some unsolicited beauty advice.
He told me that the injections would also remove the lines on my forehead.
I have seen him for several years and I never applauded his not so gentle bedside matter.
However, I was thinking, "Look Dude, I'm 34 not 100! Let's talk about your wrinkles which you asked me nothing about. Or perhaps we can talk about your plan for your receding hairline!"
So my thoughts quickly transitioned to needles piercing my scalp, jaw, and neck to a preoccupation with my "fine" lines.
So now I'm looking at the bright side to chronic migraines: Botox for migraine treatment and looking like a Real Housewife of Orange County.
I'll let you know if I can move my eyebrows in a few days.