Migraines are neurological disorders causing intense headaches and nausea. They are three times more common in women. One-third of sufferers have an aura (with sensory or visual impairment). Read more in our patient education guide.
There are usually triggers that can increase the incidence of migraines. They are:
Symptoms of a migraine can include one or several of the following:
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