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Every time I drink red wind I get bad migraine headaches that won't go away. Is it sulfites?
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Dr. Brian Kaufman
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Probably not
Red wine is notorious for causing migraine headaches in migrainers.
It typically has more to do with compoinds called "tyramines." also, aged cheeses are known to precipitate migraines.

In brief: Probably not
Red wine is notorious for causing migraine headaches in migrainers.
It typically has more to do with compoinds called "tyramines." also, aged cheeses are known to precipitate migraines.
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