Multiple sclerosis and migraines

Migraine headaches are three times more common in patients with multiple sclerosis than in people of similar age and gender without MS.  Ilya Kister and his colleagues at NYU who established this fact make a very important point – multiple sclerosis symptoms often overshadow the symptoms of migraine and this can result in migraine not being treated properly leading to additional avoidable disability.    

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  1. headache diagnosis says: 10/01/20095:26 am

    I totally agree with you according to survey that indeed patients with multiple sclerosis experience migraines,.

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