If I Have Migraines Now, Will I Always Have Migraines?

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I would actually say it is a life time diagnosis. It's a neurological disease that does not go away, but it fluctuates the throughout the life cycle in severity and in frequency and say that you are a woman in post menopause and you're not getting any more migraines. You're still a migraine patient and you're still more prone to developing headaches after some type of brain injury, for example if a 70 year old woman and with a history of migraines, were to suffer a concussion she would be much more likely to develop post concussive headaches.

Patients with migraine are prone to headache in general..