Epilepsy & Neurologic Disorders

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INFORMATION FOR PREGNANT WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM MIGRAINE HEADACHE WHILE PREGNANT OR BREASTFEEDING

 

What is a migraine headache?

Migraine belongs to a category of headaches known as vascular headaches, because they are thought to result from a process involving blood vessels not behaving properly. It is also a type of primary headache, meaning a headache that is not a symptom of some other medical condition. Migraines come as attacks that come and go, and often develop following an aura, which can be of a visual nature (flashing/flickering lights, spots, or lines, or temporary loss of eyesight), body sensations (such as feelings of pins and needles or numbness in a body part), or speech disturbances.


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