Does the Vestibular Migraine Patient Suffer From Vertigo?

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Does the Vestibular Migraine Patient Suffer From Vertigo?

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Vestibular migraine is a type of migraine that has many common signs of the normal migraine in addition to the headache vertigo. Ear changes are the main factor causing the vestibular vertigo. It is responsible for your body balance. When the vestibular vertigo happens the stand or walking ability is changed. Normal symptoms of the migraine are the headache which is usually painful, and it occurs on one side of the head. Aura occurrs before the headache phase in many types of the migraine such as vestibular type of migraine. It is also named as the visual, eye, painless, ocular migraine. When the vestibular migraine patients suffer from its signs that its headache is compounded with body imbalance feeling. It can cause nausea and vomiting. Vertigo sufferers cannot do several tasks such as driving a car or operating machinery. Vestibular headache with vertigo is assumed to be result from genetic factors. There is any change in the brain evident on the MRI magnetic resonance imaging test

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