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How does someone develope migraines if they never had a history of them before?
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In brief: Yes
First diagnosis has to be confirmed, then your doctor may decide to look for cause.

In brief: Yes
First diagnosis has to be confirmed, then your doctor may decide to look for cause.
Dr. Nalinaksha Joshi
Dr. Nalinaksha Joshi
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Dr. David Hicks
Family Medicine
In brief: Family history
Migraines are unusual to develope later in life but consider family history prior experiences which could have been migraines and not recognized as such.
If properly diagnosed and treated you could start them anytime but be sure the diagnosis is correct for migraine and not just a bad headache.

In brief: Family history
Migraines are unusual to develope later in life but consider family history prior experiences which could have been migraines and not recognized as such.
If properly diagnosed and treated you could start them anytime but be sure the diagnosis is correct for migraine and not just a bad headache.
Dr. David Hicks
Dr. David Hicks
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