5/26/08 #2 - One-sided joint pain, coordination issues during migraine?

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    Does a migraine cause joint pain and problems with limbs on one side of your body? Example, I seem to have extreme joint pain in my knee, elbow and shoulder and also lack of hand eye coordination with just one side. Thanks, Sandy.
     

     

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    Dear Sandy;

     

    Migraines can cause joint pain, though it's usually not severe. Lack of hand and eye coordination during a Migraine isn't unusual, but it should resolve when the Migraine ends. Best to check these issues with your doctor.

     

     

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Published On: May 27, 2008