Examples of migraines include: Classic Migraines: Classic Migraines are one of the most common types of migraines.
Status Migrainosus: Status Migrainosus is a severe migraine that can last 72 hours or longer and often results in hospitalization.
Preventive medications are used to reduce the number of attacks for individuals that have two or more migraines a month.
Examples of some of the prescribed medications are Beta-blockers, Anti-depressants, and Divalproex Sodium.
Auras can consist of flashing lights, seeing zig-zag lines, or even temporary vision loss.
Symptoms that may be associated with the Classic Migraine include throbbing or pounding felt in the forehead, temple, or jaw; difficulty with speech; weakness of an arm or leg; and confusion. Common Migraines: Common Migraines are another of the most common types of migraines.