It is possible to be
diagnosed with migraines when you really have another type of headache.
(But it's more common for a person to be diagnosed with another type
of headache when he or she really has migraines.)
It may take some time to find
the right medicines to help you.
medicines too often can cause rebound headaches.
These are different from migraine headaches. They
occur after pain medicine has worn off, which
leads you to take another dose. After a while,
you get a headache whenever you stop taking the medicine.
Be sure to take your medicine only as your doctor
If you think your headaches could be
caused by depression or
anxiety, be sure to let your doctor know.
Treatment for these health problems may get rid of your headaches or
reduce how often you have them.
If you think your headaches are related to stress, talk to your doctor about getting help to cope better with stress.