A 51-year-old male asked:
Going on low dose prapranolol gp permission ,worked reduced migraine aura no headache.echocardiagram recently would not find pfo but i could have small pfo causing migraines.cardio said see nuerologist but why not investigate further in cardiology?
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Psychiatry 26 years experience
BECAUSE-: "Multiple studies suggest that migraine with aura is more prevalent in subjects with patent foramen
ovale (PFO) and PFO is more prevalent in subjects who have migraine with aura. It is unclear if
there is a causal relationship or simply a co-existence of these two conditions. " I recommend that you follow the recommendation of your cardiologist and follow up with a neurologist. Your symptoms >
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