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Can the sun cause a migraine?

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Dr. Bennett Machanic answered

Specializes in Neurology

A trigger: Bright sunshine exposure is a clear cut trigger for migraine in many susceptible people, and some pts wear sunglasses continually. However, there are other triggers, and best to try to prevent your headaches so this does not occur. Many successful interventions are available.

Answered 6/20/2013



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