Up to four symptom phases can accompany a migraine: prodrome phase, auras, the attack, and the postdrome phase. These phases may not occur in every patient or every headache.
The prodrome phase is a group of vague symptoms that may precede a migraine attack by several hours, or even a day or two. Prodrome symptoms may include:
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