I am 64 and started with migraines at age 11 or 12. Classical b&w zigzag aura lasting about 20 minutes, loss of vision in a pie-shaped segment, inability to speak clearly for the first few mnutes of aura, one sided headache following on to nausea and vomiting if medication (Migraleve) and/or sleep do not abort attack. Originally attacks settled to one every 2 to 3 months with a complete absence between ages 18 to 24 (encompassing the years of my two pregnancies). They then resumed the previous interval routine until my 40s when they started to spread out and by 2011 they were 18 to 24 or more months apart. Then last autumn I had two attacks on two consecutive days (I regard the appearance of the aura as signalling a new and separate attack). Since then I have had attacks again at 2 to 3 month intervals but 50% of the time that involves 2 attacks on consecutive days. The worst has been 6 attacks over 5 days in Feb of this year (admittedly at the time of a family death/funeral) but I retired in January and have no more obvious stressors. I type this as I am recovering from a 2nd attack in two days, after a 2 month gap since my last one (a single episode). I was so expecting for them to fade away altogether, hoping each attack was my last. I am well past menopause and hormonal changes so I am a little concerned as to why these attacks are increasing, or at least seemingly returning to the frequency of my younger days. Has anyone else had a similar experience?