Origin of migraine
OTHER WORDS FROM migrainemi·grain·oid, adjective mi·grain·ous, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for migraine
Migraine drugs fall into two categories: preventive and abortive.
To tell a migraine from a tension-type headache, remember POUND.
If four or five of these factors are present, a migraine is much more likely.
Roughly 90 percent of primary headaches fall into three categories: tension, migraine, and cluster.
Generally, an aura lasts no more than a few minutes and is followed by a migraine within an hour.
She had apparently quite forgotten her migraine and also the incident of the policeman.The Pretty Lady |Arnold E. Bennett
I am going down to the summer-house by the road, as I think the air there will cure my migraine.Prisoners of Hope |Mary Johnston
The most common variety of trigeminal neuralgia is migraine, or sick-headache, as it is often called.
The bilious attack is to the English schoolboy what the migraine is to the dear ladies of France: a good maid-of-all-work.John Bull, Junior |Max O'Rell
One circumstance in connection with well-marked clavus appears worth noting, as somewhat differentiating it from migraine.