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Migraines usually start in childhood and may either get better or worse with age.
There are two generally recognized types of migraine headaches. The first one is the classical migraine headache and the other is the common. The common migraine headache, as its name suggests, is more common than the classical one.
A classical migraine headache typically starts with some visual disturbances. The patient sees spots, dots, or even zigzag lines. These disturbances are called auras. An aura is usually followed by a severe headache...