migraineur

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migraineur

A person who suffers from migraine headaches.
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While current therapies have the potential to reduce the number of headache days a migraneur might experience each month, many patients who start treatment discontinue within a year due to lack of efficacy or side effects," said Sean E.
A migraneur will tend to try and compensate and be a model employee.
Yet little research has been done in the migraneur population under 18 years of age.
Forty-nine percent of migraneurs responded that chronic migraines reduced their enjoyment of children's activities, 56.
Another reason to pursue these goals is to avoid medication overuse headache (MOH), otherwise known as, which is a common problem among migraneurs due to overuse of pain medications, and can result in chronic daily headache.
Migraneurs report excessive sensitivity to light, sound, motion, odors, and other sensory stimuli in and between acute migraine attacks.
The migraneurs, especially the female ones should try to avoid facing chronic and daily stressor factors.
Moreover, cranial CGRP levels are elevated in migraneurs and rise even higher during spontaneous migraine attacks.
Further trials using more easily administered formulations should assess whether migraneurs who don't respond to triptans might benefit from treatment with BIBN 4096 BS or another CGRP antagonist.
In Phase 2 studies with migraneurs and with asthmatics, treatment with MAP0004 was well-tolerated, with no serious adverse events reported.
Some studies suggest that more than 50% of migraneurs have vestibular symptoms such as dizziness, unsteadiness, and motion sensitivity.
Migraines are known to have a considerable impact on patient's lives, and it is important that migraneurs are treated with appropriate medications that act quickly," said Dr.