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Types of Migraine That You Never Heard of

There are some kinds of migraines which happen in an exceptional case. There are some points following below:
1. A retinal Migraine
2. A hemiplegic Migraine
3. A Menstrual Migraine
4. An Abdominal Migraine
5. A Vestibular Migraine

So these are the types of migraines.

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      1. I used to have Menstrual Migraines. I am glad they are not happening as I am too old.

        1. I have had classic migraines since the age of 6 I’m now almost 60. My daughter was diagnosed with abdominal migraines in her early teens. I had no idea the was such a thing.

          1. Is the abdominal migraine as the classic migraine with vomiting and severe headache with aura because this was the type headaches I had from early child hood until I was 37 then had no headache of any kind for almost 3 years and the summer before my 40 the birthday the doctors thought I had an inflimation of my optic nerve and called it optic neuritus but the migraines continued for three years then went away for about 6 months then came back with a fury a month after my 44th birthday and marriage and have not subsided. My meds keep them somewhat abated. I found out a few years ago what the ER doctor call optic neuritis was actually a migrainous stroke which affected the optic nerve of both eyes and damage my peripheral vision as well as my depths perception.

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