Discussion with Dr. Goadsby about new migraine research and treatments both preventatively and acutely on the horizon.
Rare Disease Day My Rare diseases are: Persistent migraine aura without infarction (also known as “Visual Snow”) Ehlers-Danlos syndrome hypermobility type I’m going to write
I forgot to sleep. As in I had a wicked as all hell midnight migraine and, yeah, that wasn’t exactly productive for sleepy, sleepy time.
Persistent Aura Without Infarction (PAWOI) is an illusive condition where the migraine aura with migraines persists for hours, days, weeks or even years in
http://www.clinicalpsychiatrynews.com/news/neurology/single-article/visual-snow-may-be-a-distinct-clinical-entity/95de82a8baa1b5b7b8b44d9c9619b255.html The research suggests that Visual Snow isn’t a persistent migraine aura, but rather a rare disease in of its own. Symptoms: Results showed
I don’t have any real good shots of my road trip into the Rocky Mountains because I took them with my good camera this year
Visual snow is a condition that causes persistent static in the visual field. It can range from mild to intense. There is a correlation to