migraineur


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migraineur

A person who suffers from migraine headaches.
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Shifflett, a former migraineur, is the author of Migraine Brains & Bodies: A Comprehensive Guide to Solving the Mystery of Your Migraines, and co-author of Conquering Concussion.
For fellow sufferers already doubting I have actual migraines (we are eternally dubious of anyone who says they suffer from the 'M' word believing it's probably just a bad headache), I am a full-on, wiped out for days, if-it-was-sport-I'dhave-a-black belt-in it, migraineur.
This article uses a case study to help the reader understand the devastation that migraines can cause and increase skills in recognition, understanding, and management of migraines in order to help restore normalcy to the life of the migraineur.
A: A migraineur can inherit susceptibility to migraine; susceptibility to a trigger has not been proven.
The Curelator Headache and NHF study results are eye-opening because they highlight the dramatic differences between individuals and help each migraineur understand the deeply personal nature of their condition.
This in turn would have made it harder for a migraineur to see the disk.
This in turn makes it harder for a migraineur to see the disk.
1,19) If a migraineur has had a good response to one of these agents and is not having adverse reactions, my opinion is that the agent should be continued until the clinical situation changes.
However, the biggest limitation of the MSQOL is that there is no guarantee every important issue for every migraineur is covered.
Migraineur Perception Regarding Family Burden from Chronic Migraine: Results of the CaMEO (Chronic Migraine Epidemiology & Outcomes) Study.
In addition, LipiGesic M has not been shown, in the clinical trial or in everyday use, to cause drowsiness or rebound headache even if a migraineur takes the medication frequently.
For maximum effectiveness, the migraineur should not eat or drink anything for 15 minutes after taking LipiGesic M.