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What are chronic migraines?
6 doctors weighed in

Dr. Mohammad Homsi
Neurology
4 doctors agree
In brief: Chronic migraine
Migraine headache tends to be recurrent, when it occurs more than one episode a week it needs to be treated with preventive medications to stop reccurring.

In brief: Chronic migraine
Migraine headache tends to be recurrent, when it occurs more than one episode a week it needs to be treated with preventive medications to stop reccurring.
Dr. Mohammad Homsi
Dr. Mohammad Homsi
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Dr. Loren Lewis
Occupational Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: They keep occuring
It just means that someone continues to have migraine headaches repeatedly over time.
Make sure they are actually "migraine" and not tension or other types of headaches that are just bad.

In brief: They keep occuring
It just means that someone continues to have migraine headaches repeatedly over time.
Make sure they are actually "migraine" and not tension or other types of headaches that are just bad.
Dr. Loren Lewis
Dr. Loren Lewis
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