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Re: atypical migraines

Posted by Snoozy on June 26, 2003, at 1:07:20

In reply to Re: topomax (for everyone chatting 6-24) Snoozy, posted by jasperwasper on June 25, 2003, at 20:20:16

There are many variations on migraines, but there is that idea of what is a "migraine" out there. When I first started going to doctors about my headaches, I wondered if I could have migraines since I didn't have an aura before they started. I've since read that only a quarter to a third of migraine patients experience that.

I once had what was later figured out to be an abdominal migraine (the pain was in the abdomen, not the head). I went to the ER and actually came pretty close to having my appendix taken out!

I read an interesting book about the different kinds of migraine - I'll browse through "the stacks" and see if I can find it :)




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