The earliest signs of a migraine attack


Have you identified the early signs of your migraine attack? Identifying the earliest signs and symptoms can help treat the attack as early and effectively as possible - typically before the pain hits. Your symptoms may vary, but here are some early signs to keep an eye out for.

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Aching Ears

I know a migraine attack is coming on when my left ear itches and then starts to ache.
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Sensitive Teeth

I know a migraine attack is coming on when my teeth become ultra sensitive.
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Watery Eyes

I know a migraine attack is coming on when my eyes water.
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Cold Feet

I know a migraine attack is coming on when my feet get cold.
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Thinking

I know a migraine attack is coming on when I lose my train of thought repeatedly.


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Clumsy

I know a migraine attack is coming on when I get clumsy, dropping things and walking into walls.


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Typos

I know a migraine attack is coming on when I make typos, because I can’t get my fingers to hit the correct keys on the keyboard.
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Too Bright

I know a migraine attack is coming on when lights seem too bright.
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Strong Odors

I know a migraine attack is coming on when odors seem overwhelmingly (and disgustingly) strong.
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Blurry Vision

I know a migraine attack is coming on when my vision gets blurry.
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