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Migraine - Diagnosis

A diagnosis of migraine is usually arrived from a careful study of the patient’s medical history, migraine symptoms, the patient’s family history of migraines as well as a number of physical and other advanced examinations. The homeopath usually rules out other common possibilities of headache before arriving at diagnosing migraine.M

The homeopath will ask the patient the exact manner in which they experience the headache, the region where they experience the headaches, time when the headaches start as well as the frequency and duration of the headaches. Other useful information would include knowing how long the patient has been having these headaches and whether the related migraine symptoms are experienced before, during or after the attacks.

Headaches caused by poor eyesight, cervical spondylosis and sinusitis will all be ruled out after the medical tests.