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Complex Migraine Syndrome
We generally think of migraines as headaches. Headache is just the most common feature in most people. Migraines are a complex neurologic dysfunction. They are most similar to seizures. If you ignore the headache part of it: people have multiple symptoms including nausea, difficulties with speech, ambulation, dealing with bright lights or loud sounds, etc. ...Read more
Complex symptoms: We generally think of migraines as headaches. Headache is just the most common feature in most people. Migraines are a complex neurologic dysfunction. They are most similar to seizures. If you ignore the headache part of it: people have multiple symptoms including nausea, difficulties with speech, ambulation, dealing with bright lights or loud sounds, etc. Other symptoms or individual. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sleep: The most effective treatment for these symptoms is sleep. High dose Aspirin seems very effective, and a sedative such as vistaril often helps as dose the nausea medication reglan (metoclopramide). Migraine is the protective condition when the brain tells you to shut down or suffer. ...Read more
I got a complex migraine several years ago and ended up in er. Now they've come back albeit milder. Are they dangerous or just irritating?
Hello, I am 26 years old and have been having some strange symptoms. About a month ago I rush to the ER because I got numbness in my fingers, then my face and upper lip area. It went away after a few minutes and doctor thought it may be a complex migraine
And the question is?: I feel for you . you are very anxious person, concentrate on treating your anxiety, when you start admitting this fact you can go some where.otherwise you will be walking in circle without a direction or a goal. hyperventilation during panic attack, and anxiety attack will cause numbness in different part of your body. that is a fact. find a doctor that will listen to you and try to find the roots ...Read more
Aside from a stroke what can cause slurred speech, blurred vision, tingling on the cheek, foot and arm on one side of the body? Complex migraine?
If I have migraine syndrome& decide to take med like topamax/Depakote, will i have to be on it forever, or can it break the migraine cycle&then stop?
It depends: The fact is like a lot of other conditions, once you have it, you will always be prone to it. This is no different. Once a migraine sufferer, always a migraine sufferer. some do have periods of remissions, but it is hard to predict whom and when will go into remission. Men by nature don't suffer from migraines as much as women and when they do have them, they are not as intense or frequent. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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