Expert Insights: What Causes Ocular Migraines?

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Ocular migraine is the loss of vision in only one eye lasting less than an hour and can occur during or sometimes after a migraine. More correctly this variant of migraine is called retinal migraine but is also sometimes referred

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Migraine and Epilepsy: Is There a Genetic Link Between the Two?

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Migraine and epilepsy are both common neurological disorders with migraine affecting 12% of the population and epilepsy, 0.5 to 1%. But among migraineurs, 5.9% develop migraine after an incident of epilepsy.  Both are considered to run in families and hence

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Cluster Headache vs Migraine – How is Migraine Different?

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The first obvious difference between migraine vs cluster headache is the gender of a typical patient. Migraineurs are usually female (the ratio is 3 women to 1 man) by contrast, those with cluster are usually male (the ratio, 5 men

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Foods That Cause Migraines

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What produces an attack of migraine? What are those foods that cause migraines? It is when the migraine threshold is compromised. The migraine threshold is the amount of change that a nervous system can tolerate before becoming overwhelmed and initiating

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MigraineAdvocate.org Relaunched is USA

Migraine Advocate . org is back.

We are proud to announce the relaunch of MigraineAdvocate.org. Over the last 10 years we have learned a lot about how to best serve the migraine-suffering community. This new site aims to be the premier resource on all things migraine.

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