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Doctor insights on: Medicine For Confusional Migraine

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Do you need to treat confusional migraine?

Do you need to treat confusional migraine?

Child Neurologist: Confusional migraine is a disease of children and adolescents that is usually made by a competent child neurologist after ruling out things like encephalitis, hemorrhages, epilepsy, & drug abuse. Have your primary md refer your child to a child neurologist. Once properly diagnosed the neurologist will propose treatment options. ...Read more

Dr. Howard Schneider
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Confusional Migraine (Definition)

Confusional migraine. "migraine includes a confusional state that occurs in only about 5 % of migraine patients. The confusion is tinctured with inattention, distractibility, and difficulty with speech and motor activities; and may last anywhere from 10 minutes to 20 hours, and commonly ending in deep sleep." ...Read more


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Can you get back your memory after a confusional migraine?

Can you get back your memory after a confusional migraine?

Yes: Confusional migraine is rare and usually seen in the pediatric population. When appropriately diagnosed and treated, memory can return. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Confusional migraine?

What is the definition or description of: Confusional migraine?

Confusional migraine: Confusional migraine. "migraine includes a confusional state that occurs in only about 5 % of migraine patients. The confusion is tinctured with inattention, distractibility, and difficulty with speech and motor activities; and may last anywhere from 10 minutes to 20 hours, and commonly ending in deep sleep." See: http://www. Headacheupdates. Com/migraine/migraine-headache/migraine-headache-relief ...Read more

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Can migraine and tension ha come together? And last for more than a week? Bad ha since last week after days of dizines and confusion. Medicine useless

Yes, not unique: You may be escalating into "chronic daily headaches", and this pattern needs to be broken up asap. You failed to list your meds, so cannot comment on reason for failure, but best you avoid pain meds of all sorts including nsaid's, narcotics, and tylenol (acetaminophen). Could improve with preventative meds, botox, or acupuncture. Discuss these approaches with your doctor. ...Read more

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How to deal with speech and confusion when a complex migraine begins?

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

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I had a severe migraine recently (possibly hemiplegic) and have had many short waves of dizziness, nausea and confusion in the week since. Any ideas?

I had a severe migraine recently (possibly hemiplegic) and have had many short waves of dizziness, nausea and confusion in the week since. Any ideas?

ER -CT/MRI: Migraine can cause alot of your symptoms; however, confusion (change in your mental status) is a red flag! Go to your local er for evaluation and a head ct scan-asap, MRI may be needed. ...Read more

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Headache, numbness, confusion, diarrhea hospital said a migraine then called next day saying scan showed what can be multiple sclerosis. Am I dying?

Headache, numbness, confusion, diarrhea hospital said a migraine then called next day saying scan showed what can be multiple sclerosis. Am I dying?

No, you'll be ok.: You cannot easily die of a migraine or MS. MRI results like this are common. The diagnosis of both of these is not certain. Consider them working diagnoses.

Focus on your symptoms, let your medical team sort out what the names of the conditions are. Then together come up with a treatment plan that fits you best. ...Read more

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Taking propranolol 40mg, venlafaxinexr 112.75mg, amitriptyline 10mg for chronic migraine. Forgetting/confusion date, time & chores, sleepiness & fatigue?

Taking propranolol 40mg, venlafaxinexr 112.75mg, amitriptyline 10mg for chronic migraine. Forgetting/confusion date, time & chores, sleepiness & fatigue?

Botox: Chronic migraine is one of the most disabling forms of headache. Your meds combo as a preventive for chronic migraine is common. The side effects are common also (yin-yang). Do not stop using this drug without first consulting your physician.
You can try botox, when injected at allergan protocol, is expected to produce results lasting up to three months. This way you will need less medication. ...Read more

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Sporadic migraine minor speech+cognitive impairment minor hallucinations like confusion of surroundings, mild paranoia mood swings occasional lethargy?

Complex migraine: Migraine auras not only can cause visual issues but also numbness, tingling, and difficulty with speech. The cognitive issues can be entitled "dysphrenia hemicrania transitoria". All may be best treated by a preventative agent. ...Read more

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What's the diff between hemiplegic migraine and a TIA? Docs have suspected both with me but none could agree which one it was...im confused now.

What's the diff between hemiplegic migraine and a TIA? Docs have suspected both with me but none could agree which one it was...im confused now.

No difference: This is a distinction without a differnce. Both will leave no trace on imaging, so it is question of interpreation of the symptoms. At age 24 I would favor migraine. If you have a patent foramen ovale in your heart, I could be convinced to call it a TIA. It sounds like yoiu are in good hands. If everybody is thinking alike then nobody is thinking. Life is not black and white. ...Read more

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Can 1 migraine cause a spot on the brain that can be being confused for MS. Or does it take more than 1 migraine to create a spot and it might be MS?

MRI: You seem to be putting the cart before the horse. Do you actually have neurological symptoms consistent with MS, or is there a question that one lesion would confirm a disease, which by description is "multiple". Also, is it clear that your "spot" is due to migraine or some other condition. Have a comprehensive conference with your physician and get this addressed. ...Read more

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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?

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 more

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Complete white out in one eye, I get confused tired when it happens, ruled out migraine, what else can cause one eye vision loss.

Complete white out in one eye, I get confused tired when it happens, ruled out migraine, what else can cause one eye vision loss.

One eye vision loss: THere is a condition called amuarosis fugax when the vessel that supplies the eye will get blocked with a plaque broken off from a blood vessel: cholesterol deposit. (or a clot) The vision will come back when the plaque is dislodged but this condition is a pre stroke condition and should be closely monitored and the cholesterol should be lowered. See you family doctor for further work up. ...Read more

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On topamax (topiramate) was told I had hemiplegic migraine by one doc and other doc told I've had tia's I'm confused still weak left side pain right side of head?

On topamax (topiramate) was told I had hemiplegic migraine by one doc and other doc told I've had tia's I'm confused still weak left side pain right side of head?

Prop migraines: Well both migraines and tia's (mini-strokes) can cause your weakness. If it's associated with migraines and given your age, I would guess it's likely from migraines but hard to be sure unless you have an MRI to rule out the mini-stroke. If this comes and goes with the migraine and you have a documented history of migraine, your neurologist may not need an mri. ...Read more

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I also throw up clear liquid every morning but I'm only 16 years old, One day I feel naseated, I have a migraine and have stomach cramps than next day I'm ok! It's like a pattern but lately I just feel sick every day, I'm really confused on why it happens

I also throw up clear liquid every morning but I'm only 16 years old, One day I feel naseated, I have a migraine and have stomach cramps than next day I'm ok! It's like a pattern but lately I just feel sick every day, I'm really confused on why it happens

Time to get seen!: It is not normal to throw up every day, as you know. It's impossible to figure out why without a lot more information and an exam. See a doc this week and get checked to find out what is going on, please! ...Read more

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How to know the difference, aura migraine and aura seizure? Get no headache. Dizzy, blind, confused, hot, speech prob, heart palput. Dad had grand mal seizure.

How to know the difference, aura migraine and aura seizure? Get no headache. Dizzy, blind, confused, hot, speech prob, heart palput. Dad had grand mal seizure.

Hard to tell: The best way to tell would be either having an EEG while you have the symptoms, or having a headache or a seizure after the symptoms. But if these symptoms are isolated, and this is all the information we have, it cannot be definitely called a seizure or a migraine aura. ...Read more

Dr. Bennett Machanic
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Migraine Headaches (Definition)

Migraine headaches are a common condition that often include a headache with throbbing, pulsing pain, blurriness of vision, nausea, and sensitivity to light. They ...Read more


Dr. Dariush Saghafi
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Migraine (Definition)

A type of headache that is associated with throbbing localized pain and usually causes light ...Read more