Have headaches and migraines for almost 3 months. Get very nauseous and light headed. Have a bump on left back neck that swells with headache. Advice?

Migraine treatment. Migraines are a particular type of headache, that often has throbbing type pain and so-called auras that can be visual or olfactory in nature. Typical migraines last for hours. Prolonged, or transformed migraines can last for days. Months of a headache is unusual and should be discussed with a health care provider. Also, have somebody take a look at the bump.

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