Is the Pain of Migraine More Severe than Headaches?

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Their pain is more severe and they sometimes have more severe symptoms although not always. For example, a typical headache doesn't usually have nausea or vomiting, it's not typically disabling, whereas a severe migraine can actually be disabling. Patients can be vomiting. They can sometimes have an aura, but it's not necessarily, only about 15% of patients have an aura.