Dr. David Watson and Teri Robert answer a reader’s question about if hysterectomy and hormone replacement therapy are effective for Migraine treatment.
If something feels unusual about a Migraine attack, it could warrant a trip to the ER. Here are some of the signs to look out for.
Here’s why trying to keep your Migraines a secret only perpetuates the stigma surrounding the disease.
To get an accurate diagnosis and effective treatment, it’s best to seek out a physician that specializes in Migraine.
Migraine manifests differently in children, and requires careful evaluation before treatment is started.
A recent study found that Migraine patients with anxiety or depressive disorders were not more likely to overuse acute medications.
Trigeminal neuralgia is a chronic condition that can cause facial pain.
Dr. David Watson and Teri Robert answer a reader’s question about the differences between Migraine and trigeminal neuralgia.
Anxiety disorders are common in people with Migraine. Here’s what you can to prevent these two conditions from exacerbating each other.
Having a vibrant social life can be challenging when you have Migraine. Here’s how to maintain long-standing relationships, and make new ones.