Acephalgic or Silent Migraine – The Basics

Teri Robert @trobert Health Guide
  • There's a good bit of confusion at times about whether you can have a Migraine without having a headache. The simplest answer is, "Yes." What's more, there are several different types of Migraines, and you can have almost any of them without having a headache. The term "Acephalgic Migraine" or "silent Migraine" refers to any type of Migraine where no headache is present, but the Migraineur still has other symptoms.

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Published On: May 07, 2007