However, if you have a recurrent runny nose, watery eyes, and facial pain/pressure along with headache without fever or discolored discharge, you likely suffer from migraines. The pain pathway that leads to migraine also activates something called the Parasympathetic nervous system. This activation leads to a runny nose and eyes, which is what leads many people to believe they have a sinus infection. Always check with your doctor if you are not sure. But, if you have this type of headache repeatedly, you may suffer from migraines.
- Q How does the aura phase affect the body?
- Q What happens during a migraine attack?
- Q How can I tell if I have a migraine or just a bad headache?
- Q Is there such a thing as pelvic migraines?
- Q Why is it important to identify the aura phase of a migraine?
- Q What do I need to know about caring for someone with postdrome phase?