These are sensory symptoms which precede a migraine similar to that which precedes an epileptic attack.
This is arguably the most common symptom of a migraine other than the headache pain.
This is an extreme tiredness and lack of interest that some patients say accompany their migraines.
This is the term used to describe the situation in which a patient's face changes color, either solid or mottled, in connection with a migraine.
This is the term used to describe the situation in which a patient's face turns white in connection with a migraine.
This is the tendency to have migraines in connection with a monthly cycle.
These are visions of shapes, lights or other figures that do not actually exist other than in the vision field of the sufferer.
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