Maybe you’ve seen flashes of light cross your field of vision and you’ve known a migraine was on its way. Or you’ve headed for bed, waiting for one to ease up.
Almost 30 million Americans get them. They usually feel like pulsing or throbbing on one side of the head. They can also cause nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light and sound. And they can be much more severe than other headaches.
But migraines aren’t all alike. Yours might be very different than someone else’s.
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