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Can tinnitus trigger migraine headaches?

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry
2 doctors agree

In brief: People

Who have headaches from head injury often also have tinnitus.

In brief: People

Who have headaches from head injury often also have tinnitus.
Dr. Heidi Fowler
Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Dr. Carolyn Guarino
Family Medicine

In brief: Probably not

While migraines can be triggered by many things, usually tinnitus alone is not likely to do this.
If you are having periods of tinnitus related to loud sound exposure, the sound exposure is a more likely culprit. If you have constant tinnitus, then likely the migraines have some other cause.

In brief: Probably not

While migraines can be triggered by many things, usually tinnitus alone is not likely to do this.
If you are having periods of tinnitus related to loud sound exposure, the sound exposure is a more likely culprit. If you have constant tinnitus, then likely the migraines have some other cause.
Dr. Carolyn Guarino
Dr. Carolyn Guarino
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