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Can Migraine Aura Increase Blood Pressure
Can Magnesium Citrate(50mg with lunch)raise Blood Pressure while having Migraine Aura?checked it and was167/81but went down to normal and Normal Today
Blood pressure is a measurement of the force placed on the blood vessels and is comprised of the "systolic" pressure (the top number on a blood pressure meter) which is the peak pressure when the heart is pumping, and the "diastolic" pressure (the bottom number on a blood pressure meter) which is the pressure during the resting phase ...Read more
Shortness of breath severe migraine followed by blood in nasal mucus. Chronic migraine aura sufferer. Could this be from headaches?
Dx with seizure activity on EEG. Also have silent migraine/aura (possibly related). Could this manifest a "panic attack" starting with dizzy/pressure?
Please repost: and include what TYPE of "seizure activity." If you don't know, ask. "Seizure activity" is like "car trouble"; it can mean lots of different things. Part of your epilepsy education & thus taking control of your epilepsy is to learn your EXACT SEIZURE TYPE according to the latest classification system, as near as your neurologist can peg it, & how it manifests in YOUR case. Knowledge is power. ...Read more
Migraine Aura attacks may cause lack of blood in parts of the brain,making a person more vulnerable to stroke.So would it be beneficial to keep moving with an Aura to keep the blood moving from constriction of the vessels in the head to avoid clots?
Can you get electrolyte disturbances ie low blood calcium and/or high blood potassium level While taking Magnesium Citrate 50mg 3x day Migraine Aura?
Mag citrate: This supplement is too low of a dose to cause changes in blood calcium or potassium. Also your body has independent mechanism to regulate these electrolytes. You kidney regulate potassium levels and your body regulates calcium levels via PTH levels which affect intestional aborption, bone resorption and intestinal absortion. Mag Citrate should not alter this. ...Read more
Can i take 1 tablet a day Magnesium Citrate 100mg for Acephalgic Migraine Aura get 5x mth
Would this be a crude option or would you agree beneficial?
Acephalgic Migraine: Acephalgic migraine" or "silent migraine" means a migraine that occurs without an actual headache. Any type of migraine — regardless of whether you have an aura with it or not — can be an acephalgic migraine. Causes: Anxiety, insomnia, hormonal changes, odors, changes in diet, physical activities, medicines, etc. I came across: MigraClear and Migraven on the internet, perhaps you should explore op ...Read more
My B2 might be low from my diet and might be good to take a supplement of B Complex including B2 at 2.5mg which may help reduce Migraine Aura .NHS in UK say 40mg is safe Max.But i see reports of 400mg a day for Migraine may reduce aura ,is this safe?
The migraine aura: The visual, sensory, and motor phenomena vary in complexity. Common symptoms include visual disturbances during which the patient may describe homonymous visual changes. These changes may include geometric patterns obscuring the visual field, bright spots or flashing lights floating in the visual field. Rec.: orofacial pain or headache specialist for evaluation. ...Read more
You can't: The migraine aura is a neurosensory disturbance that includes a series of idiopathic, neurologic symptoms that develop gradually over a 5-20 minute period and last less than an hour. An aura that lasts more than 60 minutes may be indicative of serious pathology. The onset of the actual migraine headache usually occurs within 60 minutes after the aura abates. Idiopathic = we don't know why or how. ...Read more
If i dream of having a migraine aura while sleeping but it doesn't wake me up and when I do wake up i don't have the aura, did i really experience it?
Hallucinations: What is real and what is not? Is an aura real or just an illusion? Does it matter whether you are awake or asleep? Does the aura of migraine always have associated headache? Answers are difficult and complex. Memory of an event is an experience whether it was "real" or not. Vivid dreams, vivid thoughts, vivid imagination are all on the same spectrum. Aura is a vague term of little utility. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
RX migraine aura (no pain) and my left side goes numb, I feel nauseous, tired, strange afterwords.. But is it normal to feel uncoordinated and confused during? Like depersonalized or dissociated?
Migraine: Yes, it is possible to have post-migraine symptoms, or even the symptoms you're describing while having a migraine. However, if these are new symptoms from your typical migraine that your doctor diagnosed you with before, then you should be evaluated again to be sure it's nothing new or different. Make an appointment to see your doctor ASAP. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had first migraine Aura without headache in 2000 they started again in 2011 i Stopped drinking alcohol in 2008 and up until now 2018. Could there be an unusual connection of stopping drinking involved ?Used to drink inside normal guideline limits .
Migrane: yes, there is a well known connection between red vine and migrane headaches, a lot of people, like a pavlov's dog , could not even look at the bottle. ...Read more
First migraine Aura without headache in 2000 they started again in 2011 i Stopped drinking alcohol in 2008 Could there be a connection that while stopping drinking it could of started up the migraines but drinking the safe limit again may stop them?
Migraine: Doubtful that after 3 years that stopping alcohol has any connection to your migraines starting again. Much more likely for alcohol to cause them. Suggest that you seek an evaluation by your physician ...Read more
Have taken Propranolol 25mg twice a day ,although i have very mild asthma ,for Migraine Aura reducing them to 1 every 8 weeks from 4 a mth but stopped taking Betablokers.I have read peolpe with Migraine Aura have 27% chance of Stroke.Best to take it?
of homocysteine a NATURALLY OCCURRING substance in disease of various kinds (with the exception of a RARE genetic condition) is unclear and as far as I am aware (including some recent on line investigation in response to your question) there is n connection with MIGRAINE phenomena.
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Visit : An ophthalmologist or a neurologist. Help is within their grasp. ...Read more
Many people i have read cope with Migraine Aura without headache and have over 6 or more a mth for over 30yrs which haven’t caused them Vascular events
without taking medication does the body get used to them?Is it more inconvenience than danger?
headaches are quite variable in their severity and clinical findings. Aura without headache is rare without medication however not unheard of. Some migraine disorders fade out or (eg Cluster Headaches) remit completely in late middle life ...
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Made a Migraine diary and have ,on average ,42 migraines a year ,these are Migraine Aura but without a headache.I don’t take medication for it just Magnesium which reduces them slightly.Is there low to moderate or high chance of stroke?Or is it rare?
Riboflavin is said to have to some effect in reduction of migraine aura
but is 400mg a day really safe option
for migraine treatment?
Riboflavin has no known toxic dose. It's EXTREMELY SAFE. The only common side effect is very yellow urine that smells like B vitamins.
It's FAR safer than every drug used for migraines.
It reduces migraines by over 50% in 59% who tried it. See https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/Riboflavin-HealthProfessional/
It may work better combined with magnesium taurate, butterbur and other natural remedies. ...Read more
The term aura is usually used to describe a visual change that occurs at the onset of a classic migraine. It is typically described as an odd light appearance, color change or other visual illusion associated with the headache. Not all migraines have auras..."common migraines" do not have auras, ...Read more
The medical term is cephalalgia. It is a feeling of pain that can occur on either both sides or just one side of the head or neck. Headaches can be sharp, dull, or throbbing, and can radiate to different areas of the head. They typically last less than an hour but can ...Read more
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