migraineur


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migraineur

A person who suffers from migraine headaches.
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4) In a large retrospective study, premonitory symptoms occurred in approximately three-quarters of pediatric and adult migraineurs.
Next, Gonzalez and Hyde want to widen their net; they plan to split the migraineurs into subgroups, such as those who experience migraines with aura and those who have migraines without aura, to investigate whether more patterns can be seen in the distribution of bacteria.
Some practitioners assume that the data on the risk of stroke associated with OC use also applies to hormone therapy, but there is no evidence that HT, in which doses of estrogen are far lower than in OCs, increases the risk of stroke in migraineurs to any greater degree than would be expected in unselected populations (ie, as noted in the Women's Health Initiative, Nurses Health Study, or other large investigations).
A hypertensive migraineur would be better managed with a beta blocker.
Migraineurs have significantly more comorbidities than the general population.
most migraineurs (migraine sufferes) function well even while the symptoms are coming on.
This in turn makes it harder for a migraineur to see the disk.
However, the biggest limitation of the MSQOL is that there is no guarantee every important issue for every migraineur is covered.
You need to have at least a modicum of suspicion and conservatism before you call everybody a menstrual migraineur," she said.
As a physician and a migraineur myself, I appreciate that there are significant unmet medical needs in the treatment of migraine as well as other pain indications, and I believe that NeurAxon's approach through the inhibition of neuronal nitric oxide synthase has great promise," commented Robert Medve, M.
Safety is paramount for the otherwise healthy migraineur who faces the likelihood of a long healthy life ahead.