15 SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF A MIGRAINE

Published March 17, 2017 by helentastic67

My symptoms have changed much over the 30 years I’ve had miagraine but here’s a good description……….

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A migraine is a headache disorder characterized by recurrent headaches that are moderate to severe. Typically, migraine affects one-half of the head in pulsating nature, and last from two to 72 hours.Associated symptoms may include nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light, sound, or smell.The pain is generally made worse by physical activity. symptoms differ from person to person, While some symptoms are an indication of the migraine attack in near future, some are prominent during and after the attack.

symptoms Source: http://www.migraine.com

Signs and symptoms of a migraine are:

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5 comments on “15 SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF A MIGRAINE

  • Great information.

    I get everything except the vomiting — unless it is so bad the spike in P threatens to kill me first. I live in a low light environment and wear dark glasses. Those two things have prevented a multitude of possible migraines.

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    • No vomiting anymore for me either however I get the pain in my left eye that allows me to still smash through the day just feeling really seedy. So, I often get one every week. My neuro-specialists tell me this is what my miagraine S are like now. Super!🙄

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      • I have a constant pain in the right eye, but it’s mild enough that I can avoid thinking about it. Therapy consists of Meditation, 2 dogs sleeping next to me, and never calling the doctor unless I need a shot (like I did when visiting my daughter in Nov.). 🙂

        I have scleral buckles sewn into both eyes, so I know the pain on the right has to be more than having something stitched to my eyeball until I die. 🙂

        For the left side, I was getting a-typical vestibular migraines — no pain but a lot of dizziness and vertigo. That subsided a lot after a tooth was removed on the upper left side (along with 6 other teeth — mostly in the back).

        Never thought of bad teeth being the cause of migraines before that.

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  • Ditto for complete symptom list. I don’t recall what year they hit on a daily basis–2005? They’re much less frequent now, but when one arrives, even Maxalt has a 2-hr-or-so fight on its hands…at least there’s a cheaper generic now.

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