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Headache-free migraine

Headache-free migraine: Introduction

Headache-free migraine: Headache-free migraine is characterized by such migraine symptoms as visual problems, nausea, vomiting, constipation, or diarrhea. Patients, however, do ... more about Headache-free migraine.

Headache-free migraine: A syndrome with no headache but other migraine-like symptoms. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Headache-free migraine is available below.

Symptoms of Headache-free migraine

Treatments for Headache-free migraine

  • 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. Early recognition of headache free migraine is important, and patient education plays an important role. Treatment is similar to that for classical migraine and includes:
    • Patient education regarding prevention and management of attacks
    • Avoid trigger factors - dietary factors, bright lights, lack of sleep
    • Dietary management - chocolate, cheese, red wine, walnuts, tuna, spinach and liver, have all been implicated in triggering migraines
    • Avoidance of oral contraceptive pill and hormone replacement therapy which may trigger migraine in some patients
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Headache-free migraine is characterized by such migraine symptoms as visual problems, nausea, vomiting, constipation, or diarrhea. Patients, however, do not experience head pain. Headache specialists have suggested that unexplained pain in a particular part of the body, fever, and dizziness could also be possible types of headache-free migraine. (Source: excerpt from Headache -- Hope Through Research: NINDS)


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