I have a history of migraine since age 10. They peaked around adolescence, disappeared in adulthood except for one with each pregnancy, and then returned during menopause. I have always been able to handle them, as my aura usually gives me enough warning to OTC medicate and hide in a dark room. After sleep they are gone except for the weak feeling. By the next morning I am fine. The frequency has been one every 2 - 3 months until this past week when I have gotten one 4 days in a row, then 2 days off and then again this morning. However today I had the aura, but the headache never came. I am a healthy active 55 year old, I only take thyroid replacement which is current by lab. I saw my MD who said exam was normal, but sent me for MRI. I had my teeth cleaned on July 1st with an ultrasonic whatever and it left my teeth feeling all out of place. In addition, I have been experiencing more hot flashes than normal. I get very frightened by the aura now that I am older, and this increase in frequency has me scared. The aura is the same, and the actual headache is mild, one not even requiring medication. Is it possible for your pattern to change like this, and don't most women decrease in number of migraines after menopause? I would feel better knowing this is not abnormal. Have others had this daily occurrence, does it end?