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Experts aren't sure what causes migraines.
They run in families, and experts have found a genetic link. But it isn't clear why some people get migraines and others don't.
What Are Silent Migraines?
Silent migraines are a medical oddity. How can you have a migraine "headache" without headache pain? The answer lies in the still unfolding mystery of migraine. WebMD explains silent migraines, including their unusual symptoms.
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Certain things can bring on a migraine. These are called triggers. Your triggers may be different from someone else's. Having several triggers increases the chance you will get migraines.
Some common triggers include:
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