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What are chronic migraine headaches?

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Previously called transformed migraine headaches, chronic migraine headaches are migraine headaches that occur more than 15 days per month. Most people who get them have had migraines for years, usually since their early teens or before. Daily chronic migraine headaches usually start for people during their 20s and 30s.

From: Transformed Migraines WebMD Medical Reference

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National Headache Foundation

Cleveland Clinic

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on August 19, 2019

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National Headache Foundation

Cleveland Clinic

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on August 19, 2019

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