Acute or Severe Migraine
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Acute or severe migraine headaches can trigger intense pain or head pressure. Their exact cause is unknown and symptoms vary from person to person. Some common symptoms include light sensitivity, fatigue, nausea, and/or vomiting. Prescription drugs are usually the first treatment approach, but pain can return. Talk to your doctor about other remedies, such as lifestyle changes or alternative medicines to prevent future attacks.

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