Lexington Woman Gets Second Chance at Anniversary

Lexington Woman Gets Second Chance at Anniversary

Robin Fleischer is getting a "re-do" on her 19th wedding anniversary, after a migraine ruined the original day.
     Robin Fleischer and her husband spent their 30th wedding anniversary celebrating their 19th.

     Fleischer recently won the "Rewrite Your Day" Contest, an essay contest where people write in and explain how chronic migraines kept them out of important days in their lives.

     Fleischer's prize was ceremony held at Keeneland on Tuesday, coordinated by celebrity events manager Mindy Weiss, as the Fleischers renewed their vows in front of friends and family.

     The event also brought into focus the seriousness of chronic migraines that currently effects more than three million Americans.

     According to local neurologist Nicole Everman, about 80 percent of those who meet the definition of chronic migraine sufferers are never diagnosed.

    Chronic Migraines are defined as migraines that happen at least 15 times a month.

    If you would like to know more information about chronic migraines you can click on the link below.

   www.mychronicmigraine.com
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