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Control: Migraine represents an enhanced sensitivity to inner or outside triggers, due to increased glutamate neurotransmitter reactivity. No cure, but lots of preventative control measures. Natural includes butterbur, feverfew, magnesium, riboflavin, co-q-10. Maybe acupuncture, biofeedback, botox, (and contraversial, medical mj). ...Read more
A head pain which is usually recurrent, and often in variable locations and severity, associated with few or all the following symptoms; fear of light, fear of sound, nausea, vomiting, bright or dark spots floating in front of eyes, tingling and numbness of one side of face or body. All ...Read more
No relation: Hernia is a defect in the abdominal wall. It is located where the spermatic cord travels or the round ligament in females. People can get direct or indirect hernias. There isn't a relationship between migraines and hernia. Doctors looked at the relationship between migraine headaches and patent foramen ovale but did not find a positive relationship with closure of pfo. ...Read more
Yes: Certain forms of migraine can be associated with sufficient inflammation of arterial vessel walls that limit flood flow and cause a stroke. The most common is basilar artery migraine. Women with migraine headaches who take birth control pills are at higher risk than those who do not take BCPs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: Migraines may be caused by changes in the brainstem and its interactions with the trigeminal nerve, a major pain pathway. Imbalances in brain chemicals, including serotonin — which regulates pain— also may be involved. Serotonin levels drop during migraine attacks. This may trigger your trigeminal system to release of neuropeptides, which travel to your brain's covering causing headache. ...Read more
Many things: There a number of things that can provoke chronic migraine. A thorough work up for related conditions is always warranted: thyroid disorders, anemia, h. Pylori, renal failure, lupus, sjogrens to name a few. I do not recommend a shot gun approach, let your doctor ask questions and focus in. Of course, brain tumor, aneurysms, and problems with the brain in general. I suggest and evaluation. ...Read more
Yes, absolutely: Migraine headaches are often triggered by strong sensory stimulants, such as bright lights, flashing lights, loud noises, or strong smells. If you have migraines, it is important to learn what triggers your migraines. For more information see: http://understandingmigraine.blogspot.com/ ...Read more
I'm twenty one years old and recently suffered from a migrane episode. What could have caused this?How can I prevent it? The pain lasted two days. It was a pounding pain that worsened when i would stand up. The pain was so bad i had to call out of work an
Bad migraine headac: You may have had it in conjunction with your men's trail period, you may have been overtired, you have eaten something that triggered off, or you may have eaten something that contained msg which is found in chinese or oriental food.In any event since there are other causes you should consult a neurologist to get to the bottom of your problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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