What Are the Symptoms of Migraine?

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The most common, certainly the one that tends to bring us together with our patient is headache, but you don't have to have headache to have migraine. About 20% of people with migraine have something called an aura, which occurs often before the attack, commonly something in their vision, but sometimes numbness or difficulty in speaking, or weakness, or even paralysis of one side of the body is possibleha, tt's commonly followed by headache. The headaches are of a whole variety of types, and they are often associated with symptoms like sensitivity to light, sensitivity to sounds, sensitivity to smells, nausea and vomiting, but you don't have to have the whole constellation to have migraine.