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What are some signs of migraine?

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Dr. William Harris
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Migraines are typically one-sided, severe, pounding headaches with associated vision changes, nausea/vomiting, and incapacity.
Vision changes can be blurry vision, flashing lights, blind spots. This is in opposition to tension headaches that are typically two-sided, mild-moderate, constant headaches that may be located in the temples and radiate into the back of the neck.

In brief: Classic picture

Migraines are typically one-sided, severe, pounding headaches with associated vision changes, nausea/vomiting, and incapacity.
Vision changes can be blurry vision, flashing lights, blind spots. This is in opposition to tension headaches that are typically two-sided, mild-moderate, constant headaches that may be located in the temples and radiate into the back of the neck.
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