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Chronic migraines, severe vertigo on waking up in the morning. What could be causing this?

I have chronic migraines and recently when I wake up in the morning I am also having bad vertigo (at least i think that s what it is. the room feels like it s spinning and my head feels very heavy). I have at least one migraine every day. I am seeing a neurologist currently and I am having a sleep deprived EEG on Thursday and in December I am having infusion therapy to try to stop the cycles. But right now my neurologist does not know what is causing these pains. Please help.
Asked On : Thu, 29 Nov 2012
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If you had migraines in the past and currently are having similar attacks then possibility is that it is also migraine. Vertigo can also be seen as a variant of migraine. Sometimes vertigo can be present in migraine patients without concurrent presence of headache.
The treatment is similar to the preventive treatment of migraine.
One per day is a very high frequency of migraine and treatment to stop the cycle is a good decision by your neurologist.
Good luck.
Answered: Wed, 5 Dec 2012
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