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Complicated migraine

Complicated migraine: Introduction

Complicated migraine: Complicated migraine includes chronic migraine, status migrainosus, persistent aura without infarction, migrainous infarction, and migraine-triggered seizure. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Complicated migraine is available below.

Symptoms of Complicated migraine

  • They are brief, recurrent, episodic disorders that are intensified by movement and are relieved by deep sleep or typical migraine medications. Complicated and variant migraines have some of the same symptoms as typical migraines, including pain, GI syndromes, autonomic symptoms, neurologic symptoms, and changes in mood or emotion.
  • Complicated migraine has dramatic focal features and a persistent neurologic deficit that remains for at least 24 hours after the headache.
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Treatments for Complicated migraine

  • Trigger avoidance
  • Analgesics
  • Anti-emetics
  • Prophylaxis treatment
  • Treatment of migraine needs to be individualised, and depends upon the type, frequency and severity of attacks, the age of the patient and other coexisting health problems. Treatments include:
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Causes of Complicated migraine

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Complicated migraine: Undiagnosed Conditions

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