Writer's note: Some of you have expressed an interest in learning more of the medical terminology that comes up when discussing migraine disease and other headache disorders. So, I'll be posting a "term of the day," on a regular basis. If there are terms you'd like to have defined, please leave a comment below.
When we're given migraine and headache information, whether from our doctor, a book, or an online article, we sometimes come across medical terms that can be confusing. While it's easy enough to substitute another word or a short phrase for the medical term, there are times when substituting doesn't quite convey the same meaning.
Rhinorrhea is one of those terms.** Rhinorrhea:** thin watery discharge from the nose, "runny nose."** Rhinorrhea** is often a symptom of cluster headaches and sometimes of Migraines.
You can read more about rhinorrhea in cluster headaches and Migraines in:
For more terms, see our Migraine Medical Terms Glossary Index.
Medical review by John Claude Krusz, PhD, MD.