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Is it possible for one person to have several types of headaches?

Angela Lowery
Family Medicine

It is possible for one person to have more than one type of headache. While different types of headaches will present with different symptoms they all have one common factor, pain. Pain associated with migraines can be caused by more than one headache occurring at one time.

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