Migraine is a complex and often confusing disease. The symptoms of Migraine can also be symptoms of other conditions and events including transient ischemic attack (TIA). Add to that the fact that having Migraine disease puts Migraineurs at increased risk of cardiovascular events such as TIA, and it becomes essential that we learn about TIA.
Having a TIA increases the risk of having a stroke that can occur weeks or months later. More than 33% of those who have a TIA are expected to...Read more
Our readers ask some great questions about Migraine disease and other headache disorders here on MyMigraineConnection. Nancy and I both... Read more »
Full Question: migraine with aurasHi, I've had migraines w/auras since childhood. I only get them once or twice a year but only get the... Read more »
Until recently, Migraine was considered to be an episodic disease with no long-term consequences or effects. In the last few years, however, we've... Read more »
It's confusing. Some doctors tell us to take Migraine abortive medications such as the triptans early in a Migraine attack -- during the aura if... Read more »
There's good news about abortive treatment of Migraine with aura - without medications. A portable Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) device... Read more »
In the last few years, studies have been released about Migraine and stroke risk, and Migraine and cardiovascular disease in both women and men. To... Read more »