I just got back from vacation in California, and on my first day there I got really sick. I used to get migraines for about two or three years, from age 15-18ish, but then they suddenly stopped and I hadn't had one in 4 years (except on this last vacation.)
Well anyways, I was on vacation, and on the first day I got hit with a horrible headache that was different from any migraine I've ever had. It was absolutely awful and I was throwing up everywhere. I went to an urgent care, and they sent me to the hospital because they were concerned I had a hemorrhage (which I didn't, thank God.)
Anyways, so while I was at the hospital, the doctor asked me a whole bunch of questions, including if I had a change in diet. I told him I had recently (3-4 weeks earlier) given up meat. He told me that that was great, but that I should consider still eating fish if I suffer from migraines. I was in too much pain to ask for more details, but does anyone know why he said this? I've googled on it and can't really find anything supporting this.