Khloé Kardashian shares her “excruciating” experience after leaving home without migraine medication

Khloé Kardashian has a hard time coping with excruciating headaches. She went to Twitter on Monday to talk about her ongoing battle with migraines and what happens when she walks out of her home without the medication.

“I wish people would understand how debilitating migraines can be,” she tweeted. “I get so frustrated when people tell me to have my way and it’s just a bad headache. _ if only they knew! “

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star added, “The feeling is excruciating and indescribable. I can’t believe I left home without my migraine medication.”

Fans immediately went to the comments section and suggested some tips to help ease the pain.

One of the fans wrote, “Daith ear piercings help minimize the pain of severe migraines, as you explain your b, n I know personally [sic] someone it has helped a lot. Look into it! could only help you. “

Kardashian replied to the fan, “Oh my god! I’ve never heard of this. But I don’t think I have the balls to get a piercing LOL. I’m such a baby with this stuff.”

When another fan asked her which migraine drug she was using, Kardashian replied, “I use a drug called Nurtec ODT. It is a drug that dissolves on the tongue. It was the only drug that worked effectively and quickly to prevent migraines. I can say it definitely decreased my migraines. “

Some felt that the TV personality should put her phone aside during her migraine attack.

“I’m totally fine now,” she later tweeted. “There was no way I could be on my phone if I still had my migraines. I just took a breath because my migraines meant I had to postpone a meeting. When I apologized and explained why I couldn’t make it earlier, everyone kind of rolled his eyes. “

Kardashian was recently featured in a music video titled “Tito Jackson: Love One Other”. The album was released on August 5th.

Khloe Kardashian is cautious when it comes to dating, according to sources. Pictured: Khloé Kardashian leaves an NBA game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Los Angeles Lakers during the second half of a game at the Staples Center on January 13, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. Photo: Getty Images / Sean M. Haffey