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Central nervous system and BrainMigraine

Migraine is a neurological syndrome more common in women than in men. The onset of migraine may include one or more of the following indications:

• Throbbing or pounding pain on the frontal lobe of the brain (one sided pain in the brain)

• Sensitivity to light or sound

• Worsening of pain with movement

• Visual disturbances, such as flashes of light or blind spots in your vision

• Abnormal body sensations, called paresthesias, such as tingling, numbing or prickling

• Recurrent attacks

• Occurs mostly in the morning

• Can last from several hours to several days

• Scalp tenderness during or after the attack

• During the attack the pain may travel from one part of the brain to another or may radiate down the neck into the shoulder.

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