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Is there an increased risk of stroke for migraine sufferers?
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Dr. Christopher Quinn
Emergency Medicine
3 doctors agree
In brief: Yes
According to a study in the american journal of medicine (may 20, 2010)- migraine sufferers are about twice as likely to suffer stoke.
It's important to reduce your risk factors for strokes- control blood pressure, lose weight and stop smoking.

In brief: Yes
According to a study in the american journal of medicine (may 20, 2010)- migraine sufferers are about twice as likely to suffer stoke.
It's important to reduce your risk factors for strokes- control blood pressure, lose weight and stop smoking.
Dr. Christopher Quinn
Dr. Christopher Quinn
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Dr. Edward Smith
Neurology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Yes
This is especially true for females like you.
If you take birth control pills and smoke your risk of stroke is up to 35 times higher than someone without migraine.

In brief: Yes
This is especially true for females like you.
If you take birth control pills and smoke your risk of stroke is up to 35 times higher than someone without migraine.
Dr. Edward Smith
Dr. Edward Smith
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Dr. Diane Roberts Stoler
Clinical Psychology
In brief: Stroke and Migraine
No. For more detail answer, please go to my websitehttp://www.
drdiane.com/patients/acquired-brain-injury/stroke-aneurysm/ Please let me know if this has helped. Dr. Diane

In brief: Stroke and Migraine
No. For more detail answer, please go to my websitehttp://www.
drdiane.com/patients/acquired-brain-injury/stroke-aneurysm/ Please let me know if this has helped. Dr. Diane
Dr. Diane Roberts Stoler
Dr. Diane Roberts Stoler
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