My grandma has severe headaches. It used to be just when she was low in sugar. That was manageable. Then it was when she was moving around. Again manageable. Now the last few weeks, it has been all the time. It has gotten worse. She sometimes tells me she can't see but denies seeing white spots or anything. I wonder if it's a migraine. I mentioned it to the doctor and he sent us to get iron shots. She had one on Friday and the headache didn't go away. I'm debating on taking her to the doctor's but he always seems to follow what I think and I'm out of ideas. This isn't common to dementia right? Anyone else dealing with this kind of thing and did you have any luck treating it? She's on extra-strength tylenol every 4 hours. She can't take anything stronger because she's on blood thinners and has blood blood pressure. Morphone and oxycodone does not agree with her. She gets hallucinations and doesn't sleep. I can't handle her at home on those things and I can't see that helping with a migraine anyway. Any suggestions before I go bug the doctor?