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Are different types of migraines possible for one person?

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  • twobassets
    1 year ago

    I definately do. I get what used to be called Cluster migraines, as well as, my current state of chronic/intractable.

  • blancj8
    1 year ago

    I feel like I can have 3 or 4 different headaches at one time. let alone how different they can feel from attack to attack.

  • Brody author
    1 year ago

    Yes it does. Because at times I feel I have basilar migraines. Other times hemiplegic types. Thank you.

  • Nancy Harris Bonk moderator
    1 year ago

    Hi Brody,

    YES!! It’s possible to have more than one type of migraine attack and/or headache disorder. For example I have chronic migraine, tension-type headache that can trigger a migraine attack to name a few.

    Does that help?

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