Types of Migraine

There are a number of different types of migraine, the most common being Migraine without Aura and Migraine with Aura. Other types of migraine include Basilar Migraine, Hemiplegic Migraine, Vestibular Migraine and Aura without Headache

More From This Section:

Migraine
Migraine Without Aura

The majority of migraine sufferers have Migraine without Aura. The most common symptoms of Migraine without Aura are: Intense throbbing headache, usually on one side of the head, worsened by movement and lasting from 4-72 hours. Nausea,...[read more]

Migraine
Migraine With Aura

Migraine with Aura refers to a range of neurological disturbances that occur before the headache begins, usually lasting about 20-60 minutes. About 20% of people with migraine experience 'aura' in addition to some or all of the symptoms of...[read more]

Migraine
Migraine Aura Without Headache

About 1% of migraineurs experience migraine aura without ever having a headache. The most common symptoms of migraine aura are visual disturbances such as: Blind spots Flashing lights Zig-zag patterns Migraine aura can also present...[read more]

Migraine
Basilar Migraine

Basilar migraine is a rare form of migraine that includes symptoms such as loss of balance, double vision, blurred vision, difficulty in speaking and fainting. During the headache, some people lose consciousness. These are very frightening...[read more]

Migraine
Hemiplegic Migraine

Hemiplegic migraine is another rare but severe form of migraine where reversible paralysis occurs, usually on one side. In some people, aura symptoms can last for days or weeks. Hemiplegic migraine often begins in childhood and there is...[read more]

Migraine
Ophthalmoplegic Migraine

Ophthalmoplegic migraine is a very rare type of migraine that occurs mainly in young people in which there is weakness of one or more of the muscles that move the eye. In addition to headache, symptoms of ophthalmoplegic migraine include dilation...[read more]

Migraine
Vestibular Migraine

Vestibular Migraine or Migraine Association Vertigo (MAV) is a disorder which involves a problem with the coordination of the sensory information sent to your brain from the eyes, muscles & bones, and the vestibular organs inside the ears....[read more]

Types of Migraine

There are a number of different types of migraine, the most common being Migraine without Aura and Migraine with Aura. Other types of migraine include Basilar Migraine, Hemiplegic Migraine, Vestibular Migraine and Aura without Headache

More From This Section:

Migraine
Migraine Without Aura

The majority of migraine sufferers have Migraine without Aura. The most common symptoms of Migraine without Aura are: Intense throbbing headache, usually on one side of the head, worsened by movement and lasting from 4-72 hours. Nausea,...[read more]

Migraine
Migraine With Aura

Migraine with Aura refers to a range of neurological disturbances that occur before the headache begins, usually lasting about 20-60 minutes. About 20% of people with migraine experience 'aura' in addition to some or all of the symptoms of...[read more]

Migraine
Migraine Aura Without Headache

About 1% of migraineurs experience migraine aura without ever having a headache. The most common symptoms of migraine aura are visual disturbances such as: Blind spots Flashing lights Zig-zag patterns Migraine aura can also present...[read more]

Migraine
Basilar Migraine

Basilar migraine is a rare form of migraine that includes symptoms such as loss of balance, double vision, blurred vision, difficulty in speaking and fainting. During the headache, some people lose consciousness. These are very frightening...[read more]

Migraine
Hemiplegic Migraine

Hemiplegic migraine is another rare but severe form of migraine where reversible paralysis occurs, usually on one side. In some people, aura symptoms can last for days or weeks. Hemiplegic migraine often begins in childhood and there is...[read more]

Migraine
Ophthalmoplegic Migraine

Ophthalmoplegic migraine is a very rare type of migraine that occurs mainly in young people in which there is weakness of one or more of the muscles that move the eye. In addition to headache, symptoms of ophthalmoplegic migraine include dilation...[read more]

Migraine
Vestibular Migraine

Vestibular Migraine or Migraine Association Vertigo (MAV) is a disorder which involves a problem with the coordination of the sensory information sent to your brain from the eyes, muscles & bones, and the vestibular organs inside the ears....[read more]