Hemiplegic Migraine

Hemiplegic Migraine There are a number of different types of migraine headaches, including both the classic and common migraine. One particularly rare type of migraine is the hemiplegic migraine. Hemiplegic migraines are migraine headaches with very particular symptoms. They include: * A sudden attack unilateral (one-sided) weakness and/or paralysis, typically during the aura phase of …

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Confusing Retinal Migraine

Confusing Retinal Migraine Due to the varied types of the disease, most doctors would diagnose migraine based on the universally accepted standards of The International Classification of Headache Disorders (ICHD) to avoid misdiagnosis. Retinal migraine is a classic example of confusion and misdiagnosis, simply because the term is often poorly understood and widely misused. When …

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The Dreadful Migraine

The Dreadful Migraine A migraine is a throbbing or pulsating headache that is often one sided (unilateral) and associated with nausea; vomiting; sensitivity to light, sound, smells; sleep disruption, and depression. Attacks are often recurrent and tend to become less severe as the migraine sufferer ages. Types Migraines are classified according to the symptoms they …

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