The biggest red flag apparently came from the orthostatic test. They had me lay down and took my blood pressure. It was 100 over 60. Sitting up it was 98 over 58. And standing it was 96 over 56. Nothing dramatic there. But my pulse went from 56 laying down to 80 sitting up to 88 standing. Apparently that means that I'm really dehydrated, despite the water bottle I carry around and am constantly sipping from. That means that I'm now drinking water pretty much non-stop all day to make up for the fact that I'm nursing and it's been in the triple digits almost everyday for the past several weeks.
However that doesn't explain why the migraines are a daily occurrence now. So I'm going back in next week to see if being really hydrated helps. Hopefully it does, because I really don't like any of the "migraine controlling" medication options. I'm hoping that these just-had-a-baby-hormones settle down (that's what I think is the cause) and they go back to being a monthly, rather than daily occurrence. Now to get some sleep so I follow the "drink lots of water and rest" part of the instructions.
"And rest?" There definitely isn't much resting going on around here! Who can rest with a toddler?