I Have had migraines for years then after child birth they became fewer. However, sometimes I have extreme soreness on my scalp, that lasts for days from what I presume to be from pounding blood vessels during an attack, but no headache pain. Do migraines change over the years? Thank you for your time, Valerie
The simple answer is yes, Migraines can change over the years. However, when you experience changes in your Migraine pattern, it's important to check with your doctor to be sure that what you're experiencing is Migraine and not something else.
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Published On: April 10, 2007