Just to add a bit to what everyone else has said - some people feel their migraine as either hot or cold. Mine were most definitely cold, with a chilly, shivery feeling over the affected half of my head and neck. Applying the opposite temperature can give quite a lot of relief, and for me that was a hot water bottle at the back of my neck. I appreciate that this may be quite tricky during/immediately after training, but just a suggestion. (If it's hot you need, those wee 'snap to activate' hand warmers might work). I also found the most effective (just to take the edge off, nothing shifted them) pain relief was paracetamol and a mug of proper brewed coffee. I discovered this while pregnant and unable to take anything stronger, and found that my migraines during pregnancy were accompanied by an immense craving for coffee!
Will and Frag, hope your aches and pains are better soon.
2½ hour run for me this morning. Really enjoyed it, despite the return of the wind. I'd forgotten to charge my Garmin and it was flat, so I used my phone to keep an eye on the time and just ran at a comfortable pace. How lovely it was not to be looking at the numbers.