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Subject: Re: Migraines - Lesions connection? Date: 1/30/2004 1:25 AM
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I had a stroke last June. It started by having a migraine problem. It normally starts by having vision problems with a migraine for me.

I have other articles about the migraine/stroke connection. I spoke my neuro doc and he said it's into the full picture about strokes.

The problem about the migraine connection is how could it be fixed before a stroke happens. I have had migraines since I was a teenager. That means I've had migraines for almost fifty years now. I'm sure I'll have another migraine some where in the future. What would I treat the migraine.

In a lighter thought, women are always having migraines when they didn't want to go to bed with their husbands thoughts. Yet, women do not as often as men have strokes. This kinds in the face of this article.

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