The Link Between MS And Migraines

Migraines do not form part of the clinical features of multiple sclerosis. Medical researches indicate that people with multiple sclerosis have a higher likelihood of experiencing headaches such as migraines than others. The chances of people who have been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis getting migraines are two to three times higher than the general population. However, no medical research has singled out headache as one of the symptoms of multiple sclerosis or if the same person's occurrence is coincidental.

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