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What should you tell your doctor when diagnosing migraines and headaches?

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You should also tell your doctor if you've been treated in the past for headaches and what medications (both prescribed and over-the-counter) you have taken in the past and what medications are currently being taken. Don't hesitate to list them, bring the bottles, or ask your pharmacist for a printout. Studies performed by other doctors who may have evaluated your headaches in the past, including X-rays and other imaging tests, are also very important; you should bring these to your appointment. This may save time and repeated tests.

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Cleveland Clinic.

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on May 10, 2019

SOURCE: 

Cleveland Clinic.

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on May 10, 2019

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