Types of Migraine
There are usually two kinds of migraine: Migraine with aura (prevention) and migraine without aura. Most individuals with premenstrual migraines also have migraine headaches. This kind of migraine triggers a pulsating pain in one side of your head, usually accompanied by light sensitivity. The pain normally gets worse with physical activity and is mild to moderate. If you experience this kind of headache, it is suggested that you seek medical advice first before taking any other medications or treatments for your condition.
On the other hand, migraine with aura is a different scenario altogether. In this type of migraine, the symptoms come and go within a matter of minutes. This migraine usually comes with visual illusions, spots, blind spots and ringing sounds that you cannot explain. People who suffer from migraine aura experiences severe nausea and vomiting as well as feelings of extreme discomfort and fear, which they attribute to a heart attack.
These two kinds of migraine usually occur together. If you have migraine with aura, you will normally have a pulsating or throbbing headache that usually does not have a smell. Some symptoms of a brainstem migraine include nausea, vomiting, weakness, dizziness, light sensitivity to sound and touch. On the other hand, retinal migraine often causes double vision, vomiting, nausea, sensitivity to light and sound, double or triple vision and a pain that goes all the way through your skull. These symptoms manifest when light touches your eye.
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