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WebMD provides resources to learn about migraine medicine.
Preventive medicines can help stop migraines from happening or reduce their intensity. Might they work for you? Here's info you can use to talk to your doctor about preventive meds for migraines.
Print this diary and use it to keep track of tension headaches.
WebMD provides a list of headache and migraine resources.
Antidepressants are sometimes used to prevent and treat headaches. WebMD offers a list of drugs doctors may prescribe - along with possible side effects.
It’s like a clap of thunder and a storm raging in your head. Learn about thunderclap headaches, their possible causes and treatments.
Does your head ache? Learn 5 surprising ways to make it better.
Stabbing pains in your head? You could have an icepick headache. Learn about the symptoms, triggers, and treatments.
Does caffeine cause or cure a headache? Learn about the role caffeine plays both in treating and triggering certain types of headaches.
WebMD helps you understand migraines without aura, including what they are, what the symptoms are, what causes them, and how they are treated.
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