Migraine refers to a group of primary headache disorders marked by recurrent unilateral headache episodes. Migraine headache is often described as moderate to severe pulsating pain. Migraine can occur with or without preceding symptoms (referred to as aura) and is often accompanied by nausea and increased sensitivity to light.
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