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Patient Perspective: Opioids

02/06/2016 06:22:45 AM

Use of opioids in general is a widely researched and much debated topic. The Migraine community is often split on this issue as well. Many doctors will say that opioids cause medication... READ MORE > read more

Completely Unofficial, Made-Up Migraine Types: The Zombie

02/05/2016 09:52:09 AM

Many of you have told me you really identify with one or more of the “Completely Unofficial, Made-Up Migraine Types” I have written about here on migraine.com.  Once in awhile, someone will... READ MORE > read more

Celebrating 5 Years of Migraine.com Community

02/05/2016 04:21:38 AM

“We are celebrating FIVE remarkable years on Migraine.com!  We want to express our sincere gratitude and appreciation to YOU…our devoted migraine community members.  You have all helped to foster an incredible support... READ MORE > read more

ONZETRA Xsail Receives FDA Approval for Acute Migraine

02/03/2016 20:57:38 PM

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved ONZETRA Xsail (sumatriptan nasal powder), formerly known as AVP-825, for the acute treatment of migraine with or without aura in adults.1 ONZETRA Xsail... READ MORE > read more

Migraine, a.k.a. The Amorphous Blob

02/03/2016 05:56:11 AM

One of my biggest frustrations in trying to live well with migraine is how impossible it is to predict how I will feel an hour in the future, let alone next weekend.... READ MORE > read more

Zofran is the CAUSE of migraines not treatment

02/02/2016 19:36:13 PM

I don’t understand why doctors insist on treating patients with zofran. I have experienced and entire family have also experienced massive next day migraines when Zofran was used. Why is this fact... READ MORE > read more

Solving my Headache Mystery

02/02/2016 15:54:10 PM

It started a year or two ago. It’s a deep pain originating where my neck met the base of my skull. This one-sided sharp pain often radiates to the front of my... READ MORE > read more

A one-sided headache that isn’t migraine

02/02/2016 15:52:15 PM

Migraine is thought to originate deep inside the brain. This isn’t the case for all headache disorders. Sometimes, peripheral nerves closer to the skin’s surface can mimic some of the symptoms of... READ MORE > read more

On Acceptance: Productivity and Pain

02/01/2016 05:21:04 AM

At a seminar on pain management a few years ago, the facilitator asked, “What is an acceptable percentage at which you are willing to function in your life? 50%? 75%?” My hand... READ MORE > read more

Constant Cancellations – the rare friend who can navigate chronic migraine

01/29/2016 20:35:34 PM

It’s a rare find: the friend who can handle all the idiosyncrasies that come with chronic migraine.  The requests to find a quiet restaurant, to choose the chair that faces away from... READ MORE > read more

Community Thoughts: Favorite Inspirational Quotes

01/28/2016 05:13:34 AM

Many people look to inspirational quotes or sayings to get through hard times when dealing with migraine. So we asked our Facebook community: “What is your favorite quote, expression, or saying?” Check... READ MORE > read more

10 tips for getting the most from Botox

01/27/2016 05:07:26 AM

“Have you tried Botox?” How many times has someone asked you that question? You’ve probably heard it more times than you can remember. It’s as though everyone thinks that Botox will cure... READ MORE > read more

PCORI Migraine Grant Approved

01/27/2016 04:54:35 AM

Clinical researcher Dr. Todd Schwedt and his team at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, AZ have won a $7 million grant from the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). The grant will... READ MORE > read more

When completing a tiny task makes you feel totally victorious

01/26/2016 04:55:15 AM

In October, I had such a rough bout with migraine. In fact, it’s been a tough fall*, and I’m looking forward to a respite from this bad health. I can’t help but... READ MORE > read more

Pretending to be healthy

01/25/2016 05:17:16 AM

Learning how to identify and avoid triggers is one of the first lessons all migraineurs learn. We are given a long list of possible triggers and a calendar or log in which... READ MORE > read more

Is marijuana really a cure for migraine?

01/24/2016 17:12:55 PM

By now you’ve probably read that sensational headline, “Medical marijuana: New study proves pot can nix migraine headaches.” Headlines don’t often tell the whole story. In this case, a lot of important... READ MORE > read more

Is It OK to Say I Feel Good?

01/22/2016 18:00:12 PM

Every single superstition… crossing my fingers, knocking on wood, etc is in my daily vocabulary more now than ever. Because I’m not used to saying “I Feel Good,” but I do!! It... READ MORE > read more

How we spend our good days

01/21/2016 04:53:24 AM

When your migraine symptoms are less severe or even better, when you are relishing in a pain free day, there is no one better than the members of this community to say how... READ MORE > read more

Migraine is part of a larger family

01/20/2016 05:42:10 AM

Roughly half of those who meet clinical criteria for a migraine diagnosis have never talked to a doctor about their symptoms. I’m not referring to those of us who have given up... READ MORE > read more

The little ways migraine can hold you up

01/19/2016 05:00:56 AM

My sister has one of those jobs that makes you believe in the inherent goodness of people.  J. works for the Athens Area Homeless Shelter’s Rapid Rehousing Program. In short, she helps... READ MORE > read more

Non-prescription abortives

01/18/2016 05:04:42 AM

“If she can take Excedrin and go back to work, then it’s not really a migraine.” I bet you’ve heard this one a lot. Maybe you’ve even said it. I understand the... READ MORE > read more

A List & Call for Creature Comforts

01/17/2016 13:23:39 PM

When under the thumb of a migraine, time can pass so slowly. Minutes seem like hours, hours like days.  When the pain is daily, it becomes key to find ways to get... READ MORE > read more

Completely Unofficial, Made-Up Migraine Types: The Russian Nesting Dolls Migraine

01/15/2016 23:15:44 PM

Yesterday* I woke up with an awful migraine. It was at least ten times worse than the modest migraine I’d gone to bed with, but, to make a very long story short,... READ MORE > read more

2015 review of migraine research

01/14/2016 05:04:06 AM

We have all heard that there are limited funds for migraine research, a shortage of qualified doctors, and infrequent launches of new treatments.  When was the last time you heard anything about... READ MORE > read more

Fear of losing my caregiver

01/12/2016 05:51:32 AM

Our caregivers are a valuable and necessary part of our health care team. Without their help with day-to-day needs, our lives would be so much more difficult. Have you ever wondered what... READ MORE > read more

Get Involved: CDC Opens Comments for New Opioid Guidelines

01/11/2016 04:51:02 AM

The Center for Disease Control is taking public comments until January 13th about their guidelines on opioid prescribing. While the majority of the guidelines are targeted at general practitioner who have had... READ MORE > read more

Five Things to Give Up in 2016

01/10/2016 18:38:09 PM

Most New Year’s resolutions focus on forming new habits or changing old ones in order to get healthier, happier, or more successful. Instead of focusing on losing weight, saving money, or any... READ MORE > read more

What is a “real” migraine?

01/07/2016 21:04:06 PM

This topic comes up a lot. In fact, it got started at our house over Thanksgiving weekend when my husband got a migraine attack. At first he couldn’t concentrate or focus. His brain... READ MORE > read more

You Are Beautifully Made

01/07/2016 05:01:24 AM

I’m a very optimistic person, rarely suffering from the “oh, woe is me,” attitude. Although, I could easily fall into that trap. While I’m usually positive, I curse my body on a... READ MORE > read more

My Week Without Migraine

01/06/2016 04:56:56 AM

I have lived with chronic migraine for over three years. Usually, sensory experiences that are considered “normal” to most are painful for me, and when enough of them are piled on top... READ MORE > read more

Home improvement, migraine style

01/05/2016 05:49:27 AM

When I first saw those bubblegum pink walls, I cringed. This room was going to be a guest bedroom. That bright pink HAD to go right away. The smaller room on the west side... READ MORE > read more

Migraine treatment series: oral and topical magnesium

01/04/2016 05:04:55 AM

I have taken magnesium for migraine prevention on and off for many years.  This time last year, I saw my neurologist, who was upset by the increased frequency of my migraine attacks... READ MORE > read more

Celebrating 5 Years of Community at Migraine.com

01/01/2016 11:11:31 AM

Welcome to Migraine.com‘s 5 Year Anniversary! To start, we’d like to highlight and publicly thank our amazing group of contributors and moderators – you can learn more about them here! We’re humbled and... READ MORE > read more

Effective Four-Item Screening Tool For Migraines

12/31/2015 19:26:20 PM

“Do you ever get headaches?” That was the initial question posed to potential study participants. But can a headache be a migraine? According to the 2013 International Classification of Headache Disorders (Third... READ MORE > read more

Keeping Stress Consistent: Avoiding Let-Down and Stress Migraines

12/31/2015 08:54:06 AM

Most of us experience a connection between stress and migraine disease, whether it is the migraine attack that comes during an intensely stressful period or the let-down attack that comes when the... READ MORE > read more

Winter Migraine

12/30/2015 05:36:09 AM

When it arrives, the air thickens.  Lumbering and heavy, Winter Migraine moves slowly, blocking out light and siphoning oxygen from the room. Once in the darkness, Winter Migraine envelopes me, luring me... READ MORE > read more

2015 Highlights

12/28/2015 04:59:00 AM

Every year we post several hundred articles on Migraine.com that are written by our outstanding contributors. Articles cover a broad range of topics, including daily life with migraine, highlights from newly published... READ MORE > read more

What got you talking in 2015

12/28/2015 04:27:03 AM

Every year the amazing contributors at Migraine.com write numerous articles about life with migraine, sharing their personal feelings, experiences, and their wealth of knowledge about this condition. So many of these articles... READ MORE > read more

Facebook Favorites of 2015

12/27/2015 09:29:48 AM

Many members of the Migraine.com community actively participate in daily discussions on our Facebook page by commenting on our posts, posting questions on our page, and sharing our articles with others. Thanks... READ MORE > read more

Community Stories: Highlights of 2015

12/27/2015 09:18:04 AM

So many of the amazing community members of Migraine.com have shared their personal stories of living with or caring for someone with migraine, and in doing so, have helped countless numbers of... READ MORE > read more

Sleep Tips & Tricks

12/24/2015 17:53:35 PM

Following a regular schedule and routine can be an effective way to prepare your body for sleep. Writing down a list of plans for the next day, or even reciting something regularly... READ MORE > read more

Jumping off the deep end

12/23/2015 06:00:18 AM

I recently started a water aerobics class at a local gym. I know that exercise is good for me and can help improve many health concerns, including migraine. Not being a strong... READ MORE > read more

Creating a migraine cave

12/22/2015 05:49:02 AM

Some years ago, my husband and I sat down to brainstorm ways to help me function at home and on-the-go. I was getting tired of missing out on life because of migraine.... READ MORE > read more

Migraine Linked to Risk of Self Harm

12/21/2015 05:06:17 AM

Recent results from a large, population-based study contribute to a growing body of evidence about the link between migraine and suicidality.1 Suicidality encompasses ideation, behavior, attempts, and suicide.2 A new Canadian study... READ MORE > read more

A Wish List for Everyone With Migraine

12/21/2015 05:03:04 AM

Migraine had me discouraged on the day my mom asked for my holiday wish list. Instead of breaking her heart by saying that the only thing I truly want can’t be wrapped... READ MORE > read more

No Cost of Living Adjustments for SSDI in 2016

12/20/2015 18:47:18 PM

In 2016, there will be no Cost Of Living Adjustment (COLA) given to recipients of Social Security, including Disabled beneficiaries. Since the bill was enacted in 1975, the annual increase of benefits... READ MORE > read more

Everybody is an expert

12/18/2015 05:26:07 AM

Have you ever noticed that everyone else has all the answers to “get rid” of your migraines? This is true even if you have a great headache specialist. You might even be... READ MORE > read more

Family is closer than you think

12/17/2015 14:38:35 PM

Human beings are not designed to live in isolation. We do best as part of thriving, supportive communities in which each person has an important role to play. When migraine shrinks our... READ MORE > read more

Lessons From Headache Camp

12/16/2015 07:03:23 AM

I’ve written several articles on my time during Headache Camp. It’s a term I use for the in-patient stays I have been through at Jefferson University’s Headache Clinic in Philadelphia. I’ve now... READ MORE > read more

My two-week reprieve from migraine

12/15/2015 06:16:13 AM

For a miraculous period in October, I went a full thirteen days without a migraine attack (or even a tension headache). For those of you not familiar with how many days there... READ MORE > read more

StimRelieve Receives Approval for Clinical Trial of Wireless Stimulator System for Chronic Migraine Treatment

12/14/2015 20:34:50 PM

On December 11, 2015, StimRelieve LLC announced that it received FDA Investigational Device Exemption (IDE) approval of a clinical trial for an implantable device for the treatment of chronic migraine which is resistant... READ MORE > read more

Readers Give Thanks for the Largest Donation Ever to Migraine Research

12/14/2015 05:06:11 AM

Readers showed a stunning outpouring of gratitude for the Wendy and Leonard Goldberg’s $8 million donation to migraine research, part of a $10 million donation to UCLA Health Services. Many of the... READ MORE > read more

Update on my NTI device for TMJ discomfort

12/14/2015 05:04:30 AM

A few months ago, I wrote about how I had been fitted for an NTI device, a retainer-like contraption that fits over your teeth and helps prevent you from clenching your teeth... READ MORE > read more

History of Menstrually-Related Migraine May Protect Against ER-/PR- Breast Cancer

12/13/2015 20:40:33 PM

“Has a doctor or other health professional ever told you that you had migraine headaches?” If “yes”, then “Have you ever noticed a pattern where your migraine headaches got worse at certain... READ MORE > read more

Migraine & Holiday Parties

12/11/2015 05:14:04 AM

Over 100 of our Migraine.com community members recently participated in the “Handling the Holidays” survey; Thanks to everyone who took the survey! As we know, the holidays can be a wonderful time... READ MORE > read more

My first encounter with health coaching

12/10/2015 05:15:48 AM

One of my Avid Bookshop regular customers posted something on her Facebook page a few months ago that interested me.  She’s a medical doctor (but not one of my doctors) who’s in... READ MORE > read more

$10 Million Donation for Migraine Research!

12/09/2015 05:09:08 AM

Yep, you read that right. Ten. Million. Dollars. If this news makes you cry, you’re not alone! (Full disclosure: I didn’t just tear up, I was full-on crying. For quite a while.)... READ MORE > read more

Hitting rock bottom in order to make a change

12/08/2015 05:08:08 AM

Migraine-wise, the last few months have been the worst for me in years. Looking at the calendar page on my Curelator app (what I’ve been using to track factors related to my... READ MORE > read more

Intrapatient Migraine Variability: A Common Occurrence

12/08/2015 05:03:54 AM

Although it is well established that migraine headache varies from patient to patient, little information is available about intrapatient variability of migraine features. Investigators designed a prospective study to evaluate the consistency... READ > read more

Patient Registry: A Really Big Deal for Migraine Research

12/07/2015 04:59:19 AM

The newly launched American Registry for Migraine Research will store clinical, biological, genetic, and imaging data and samples from people with migraine (who give their consent to have their information stored). Researchers... READ MORE > read more

Those [Expletive] Cinnamon-Scented Pinecones

12/04/2015 05:42:05 AM

Dear Cinnamon-Scented Pinecones, You make me sick. I don’t mean that in the figurative sense. You literally make me sick. If you had your way (and you usually do), I’d wind up... READ MORE > read more

Is anger really all that bad?

12/03/2015 06:34:53 AM

I’ve been seeing a lot of memes and comments on social media about the health dangers of anger for those with chronic disease. This idea that any one emotion is “bad” has... READ MORE > read more

Travel, one of my favorite things, may be one of my worst triggers

12/02/2015 05:24:28 AM

My dear friend SB married her boyfriend of eleven years this weekend, and it was awesome.  You know those weddings where you can really see the couple’s personalities shine through, and the... READ MORE > read more

Reducing Migraine After Atrial Septal Defect Repair

12/01/2015 15:19:39 PM

In the weeks after transcatheter atrial septal defect closure, about 15% of patients experience new-onset migraines.1 Based on results from observational studies, it has become common practice to use clopidogrel plus aspirin... READ MORE > read more

Migraine in the City

12/01/2015 04:58:38 AM

I live in downtown Toronto, Ontario. The Greater Toronto Area boasts a population of over six million people, with all the skyscrapers, traffic, confusion, and hustle and bustle you might expect of a... READ MORE > read more

Reducing Migraine After Atrial Septal Defect Repair

11/30/2015 15:19:39 PM

In the weeks after transcatheter atrial septal defect closure, about 15% of patients experience new-onset migraines.1 Based on results from observational studies, it has become common practice to use clopidogrel plus aspirin... READ MORE > read more

How demoralizing it is to wake up with an unexpected migraine

11/30/2015 04:55:21 AM

Ugh. There’s something so totally demoralizing about waking up with a migraine, especially when I took steps the day and night before to lessen the risk of another day of this. Yesterday*... READ MORE > read more

How demoralizing it is to wake up with an unexpected migraine

11/30/2015 04:55:21 AM

Ugh. There’s something so totally demoralizing about waking up with a migraine, especially when I took steps the day and night before to lessen the risk of another day of this. Yesterday*... READ MORE > read more

Onabotulinumtoxin A Injections Statistically Improved Depression Scores in Patients With Chronic Migraine

11/28/2015 05:18:57 AM

Chronic migraine (CM) is frequently accompanied by clinical depression. Researchers from the Cleveland Clinic Headache Center and the Department of Quantitative Health Sciences and Neurological Institute Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation... > read more

Onabotulinumtoxin A Injections Statistically Improved Depression Scores in Patients With Chronic Migraine

11/28/2015 05:18:57 AM

Chronic migraine (CM) is frequently accompanied by clinical depression. Researchers from the Cleveland Clinic Headache Center and the Department of Quantitative Health Sciences and Neurological Institute Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation... > read more

When you’re told your migraine isn’t “real”

11/27/2015 21:01:11 PM

Chances are, if you’ve told anyone about your migraine diagnosis, you’ve gotten some very well-meaning advice from about half those people. “My aunt had migraines forever until she steeped rare Asian mushrooms... READ MORE > read more

When you’re told your migraine isn’t “real”

11/27/2015 21:01:11 PM

Chances are, if you’ve told anyone about your migraine diagnosis, you’ve gotten some very well-meaning advice from about half those people. “My aunt had migraines forever until she steeped rare Asian mushrooms... READ MORE > read more

Unofficial Migraine Types

11/25/2015 04:54:00 AM

A review of the “Unofficial Migraine Types” identified by The Migraine Girl . The Bulldozer, the Creeper, the Wave…. and so many more! . next > read more

Unofficial Migraine Types

11/25/2015 04:54:00 AM

A review of the “Unofficial Migraine Types” identified by The Migraine Girl . The Bulldozer, the Creeper, the Wave…. and so many more! . next > read more

Being treated like a suspicious character or drug seeker at the pharmacy

11/24/2015 05:06:50 AM

Recently, I wrote an article for migraine.com about a weird experience I had in the emergency room at a local hospital:  I repeatedly told all the staff I didn’t want morphine, yet... READ MORE > read more

Being treated like a suspicious character or drug seeker at the pharmacy

11/24/2015 05:06:50 AM

Recently, I wrote an article for migraine.com about a weird experience I had in the emergency room at a local hospital:  I repeatedly told all the staff I didn’t want morphine, yet... READ MORE > read more

Life with Migraine During the Holidays

11/23/2015 04:58:59 AM

The holiday season is a busy time of year for most, however when you have a chronic condition, the holidays can be a bit more stressful.  In a recent survey, 112 of... READ MORE > read more

Life with Migraine During the Holidays

11/23/2015 04:58:59 AM

The holiday season is a busy time of year for most, however when you have a chronic condition, the holidays can be a bit more stressful.  In a recent survey, 112 of... READ MORE > read more

Weighing the risks

11/22/2015 20:26:09 PM

Migraine patients must often weigh the potential benefits of a given treatment against the potential side effects. It’s a perpetual balancing act to find the right combination of effectiveness and tolerable side... READ MORE > read more

Weighing the risks

11/22/2015 20:26:09 PM

Migraine patients must often weigh the potential benefits of a given treatment against the potential side effects. It’s a perpetual balancing act to find the right combination of effectiveness and tolerable side... READ MORE > read more

Completely unofficial, made-up migraine types: the Godzilla!

11/20/2015 04:54:47 AM

When the migraine doom descends on my house, as it has fairly often in 2015, I sometimes enter this almost-comical phase wherein I feel like Godzilla. Usually this happens during the tail... READ MORE > read more

Tinnitus & migraine

11/19/2015 04:39:45 AM

Some of the most challenging aspects of migraine have nothing to do with headache. One of those annoying symptoms is tinnitus. All that buzzing and whooshing can make it difficult to concentrate.... READ MORE > read more

Sugar high? More like sugar loowwwww

11/18/2015 20:25:32 PM

I’ve had the same epiphany about three times in the last three weeks.  Okay, okay—by its very definition, it’s probably not actually possible to have a specific epiphany more than once.  But... READ MORE > read more

Patient Centered Clinical Trials

11/17/2015 16:30:15 PM

The term “Patient Centered Clinical Trials” is the latest buzzword in the medical field. It seems silly that creating trials while collaborating with patients hasn’t been the norm in the past. If... READ MORE > read more

Could a daith piercing solve your migraine problem?

11/16/2015 05:59:21 AM

Lately there has been an upsurge in online content about daith piercing as a treatment for migraine. It all started with an article in a student newspaper at State University of New... READ MORE > read more

Statin use may be risky for patients suffering from migraine with aura

11/16/2015 05:47:31 AM

The use of statins in patients suffering from migraine with aura is associated with increased risk factors for ischaemic stroke — particularly in females — according to a recent meta-analysis of migraine... READ MORE > read more

Not in the mood to deal with more migraine-related limitations

11/15/2015 19:53:06 PM

During my Week-Plus o’ Migraines (August 2015 edition), I took my Avid Bookshop team on a little field trip to Atlanta to visit some bookstores and then attend a publisher speaking event. ... READ MORE > read more

I Want Everyone to Have One Migraine

11/13/2015 05:09:03 AM

I used to say that I would rather have a broken arm in a cast for six weeks than have a Migraine (and I broke quite a few bones as a kid).... READ MORE > read more

On the Other Side of a Migraine Break

11/12/2015 05:10:23 AM

Autumn has arrived down here in central Texas. Though our leaves, if they fall, rarely change colors, the rest of Mother Nature spends these weeks putting on quite a show, oscillating wildly... READ MORE > read more

Migraine Triggers by the Numbers

11/11/2015 04:41:40 AM

For those with migraines, some have a handful triggers whereas others would get a migraine from trying to count up all of their triggers. Here are a few numbers we uncovered from... READ MORE > read more

Another week of migraines

11/10/2015 05:00:25 AM

The third week in August kicked my a**, HARD.  If migraine really were the villain I sometimes paint it to be (in my most immature times), it would have been cackling for... READ MORE > read more

Vitamin D supplementation may decrease migraines

11/09/2015 04:56:50 AM

Vitamin D deficiency is a problem for 30-80% of children and adults throughout the world2, and an Iranian study suggests that Vitamin D supplementation may reduce the frequency of migraines. The study,... READ MORE > read more

Vitamin D supplementation may decrease migraines

11/09/2015 04:56:50 AM

Vitamin D deficiency is a problem for 30-80% of children and adults throughout the world2, and an Iranian study suggests that Vitamin D supplementation may reduce the frequency of migraines. The study,... READ MORE > read more

When stigma hurts your kids

11/09/2015 04:38:15 AM

Just when I think the world is finally making progress to understand migraine, a few Neanderthal trolls decide to target my baby boy on the job. He’s not really a baby anymore. In... READ MORE > read more

A Case of Migraine Triggerphobia?

11/06/2015 04:50:15 AM

Some people with episodic migraine are able to identify a few, or maybe even one distinct trigger that sets them off. This is good news. If these triggers are avoidable (let’s say red... READ MORE > read more

A Case of Migraine Triggerphobia?

11/06/2015 04:50:15 AM

Some people with episodic migraine are able to identify a few, or maybe even one distinct trigger that sets them off. This is good news. If these triggers are avoidable (let’s say red... READ MORE > read more

Assessing the Efficacy of Migraine Surgery

11/05/2015 05:59:33 AM

A broad series of studies by the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine suggests that surgery may be effective in treating many patients who suffer from migraines. Forehead rejuvenation is a... READ MORE > read more

Assessing the Efficacy of Migraine Surgery

11/05/2015 05:59:33 AM

A broad series of studies by the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine suggests that surgery may be effective in treating many patients who suffer from migraines. Forehead rejuvenation is a... READ MORE > read more

Migraine Symptoms by the Numbers

11/05/2015 05:02:12 AM

For those suffering from migraines, the number and variety of symptoms experienced seems endless – well beyond the head pain.  Here are a few numbers we uncovered from the Migraine In America... READ MORE > read more

Migraine Symptoms by the Numbers

11/05/2015 05:02:12 AM

For those suffering from migraines, the number and variety of symptoms experienced seems endless – well beyond the head pain.  Here are a few numbers we uncovered from the Migraine In America... READ MORE > read more



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