I don't know if anyone here can relate but here goes. For the first 23 years of my life, I was normal. No pre-existing illnesses at all, going through my Uni degree, two years in, a wonderful partner. Life was good. Then a genetic migraine illness hit me and threw everything off. For the last year, I have been dealing with what is called vestibular migraines. They are migraines that can present with no pain, no sensitivity, no symptoms whatsoever so I can have one and not even know it. If my migraines go untreated, they then turn into symptoms of vertigo. At its worst, I couldn't even shower without feeling faint and dizzy. After trialling many different medications, I am now at one that semi does the job most of the time but I still get attacks. I am now to the point where I am too scared to leave my home form having an episode and whoever I'm with having to help me. I don't remember the last time I left the house without having to. I feel like I'm missing out on life semi due to my illness but now as well as the anxiety that comes from it. I'm now becoming jealous of my loved ones because they get to still be normal and do normal things. I don't hate them by any means and still love them dearly but I envy them with everything that I am. I guess I'm just wondering if anyone sort of knows what I'm going through and/or can offer any advice from a similar experience on how to get through this until I can hopefully find a permanent fix.