A migraine is not just a headache. A migraine is a debilitating headache that comes with other symptoms. A migraine can last for days and happen repeatedly during a month. Prior to the start of a migraine, some individuals will experience an aura. Auras are neurological symptoms, typically are visual disturbances, such as flashes of lights or vision loss, and it can also include sensory, motor, and speech disturbances.
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