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Have migraine no headache, develop aura, disorientation, dizzy, nausea. Had attack previously. What is it?

my 20 year old daughter (we think) suffers from migraine but without headache - has a aura to start then shes feels foggy in head, disorientation, dizzy, nausea, lack of concentration and very tight feeling in brain. She had an attack earlier this year - had to go to bed for a week. Two months ago she had another which has wont go away (it has been quite mild up to now. She now feels a feeling of seasickness, nausea, forgetfulness, feeling unwell, tired after a good nights sleep. She hasn't knocked her head ever. She is a normally perfectly healthy girl.

What could it be?
Asked On : Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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Thank you for posting your question here, I will answer it as best I can.
I recommend you see a doctor right away so that he can run some tests to determine what is going on with your daughter.
I would recommend a blood test, urine analysis and either an MRI/CT of her brain. An EEG might be required as well.
Its only after running these tests that we can start narrowing down what is wrong with her, because as it is, it could be any number of things.
Please do post the results of the tests they run on her, if you want a second opinion on the results.

I hope this answered your question.
Answered: Fri, 28 Jun 2013
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