Pam Lane: Baylor got my migraine headaches under control.

At 19, Pam Lane began to experience migraine headaches that only grew worse after the birth of her two children. They became so frequent that Pam could barely get through the workday, feed her children, put them to bed, and then get in bed herself. But the pain made sleep all but impossible. After being referred to a Baylor Medical Center, Pam learned that her migraines were triggered by environmental factors, such as the weather and seasonal time changes. She now takes daily medication that has reduced the frequency to two headaches per month at most. "The care at Baylor has been amazing. They know exactly how to treat me. I?m a much happier, more well-rested person and a much better mommy."