Complex Migraine

Just what is complex migraine?  It can be many things!  Here is the second in a series on quick tips (the first is here), this one explaining how the term “complex migraine” is often used (or, I should say, abused!).

Complex Migraine

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  • jan agardy Jan 7, 2018

    I have been diagnosed with complex migraines after extensive testing in hospital. I have had the “stroke like” symptoms of numbness or actual paralysis of on one side of the body, confused speech or speaking nonsense, all of which clear up in about 3 hours. Meanwhile, I don’t have any pain yet, just uncomfortable body experiences. The pain starts after the confusing symptoms are over and it usually a stronger migraine and usually on the left side of my head. Normal(?) migraines are usually on the right side of my head. Have been urged to come in to the hospital if I have the “stroke like” symptoms to be evaluated, as no one can tell if it is”stroke like” symptoms or really is a stroke.

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