The two major types of migraine are, migraine with aura and migraine without aura.Migraine with aura, previously called classic migraine, includes visual disturbances and other neurological symptoms that appear about 10 to 60 minutes before the actual headache and usually last no more than an hour. Individuals may temporarily lose part or all of their vision. The aura may occur without headache, which can strike at any time. Other classic symptoms include trouble speaking, an abnormal sensation, numbness, or muscle weakness on one side of the body, a tingling sensation in the hands or face, and confusion. Nausea, loss of appetite, and increased sensitivity to light, sound, or noise may precede the headache. Migraine without aura, or common migraine, is the more frequent form of migraine. The symptoms of migraine without aura include headache that occurs without warning and is usually felt on one side of the head, along with nausea, confusion, blurred vision, mood changes, fatigue, and increased sensitivity to light, sound, or noise.
This answer is based on source information from National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.