Migraines as a Symptom for Ehlers Danlos Syndrome

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Migraines

Migraines are severe headaches. This neurological syndrome causes intense pain or nausea. Migraines often cause perceptual disturbances such as light and noise sensitivity. There are four phases of migraines: Prodome, in which the patient exhibits irritability, depression or euphoria, fatigue, excessive food cravings and more; Aura, a sensation felt before a migraine including auditory hallucinations and visual distortions; Pain, a throbbing sensation often severe enough to make the patient nauseous; and Postdrome, a feeling of being "hungover," including cognitive difficulties and weakness.

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Last updated on Dec 03 2012 at 02:29
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