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Does Simvastatin help cure migraine?

loss of gray white matter differentiation. No mass or midline shift. Subtle hypodensity in left basal ... daily- w/ long time hx of migraines. Total hyst in '05 for anemia, fibroids, pain. Recently after ...
 

Suggest treatment for migraine

solitary 6 mm focus of high signal intensity in the left temporal subcortical white matter ...I have been have migraines since I was about 17 years-old (30 year-female). When I was 19, my ...
 

What do MRI findings of white matter lesions indicate?

white matter T2 hyperintense lesions. These are entirely nonspecific, but are most often seen ... for microhemorrages. Few nonspacific punctate subcortcal T2 hyperintense white matter lesions scattered throughout ...
 

Have hypertension, migraines, numbness in limbs. MRI shows burden of white matter disease. Could you interpret it?

be for this particuler age.. there is a burden of white matter disease in the supratentorial brain. the findin is non ...i am a 37 year old woman and i have severe hypertension185/115 i also get migraines sometime 3 or 4 ...
 

History of hypertension and severe migraine. Brain MRI says hyperintense FLAIR signal focus in periventricular white matter. Meaning?

frontal periventricular white matter , there's a 3mm hyperintense FLAIR signal focus. In the left frontal subcortical white matter, there's a smilar hyperintense FLAIR signal focus" IMPRESSION: Hyperintense FLAIR ...
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MRI shows lesion in parietal white matter. Meaning? History of vertigo, migraine, petit mal seizure

in the deep left parietal white matter which shows a minimal amount of enhancement. This pattern is atypical ... ischemic white matter disease. Regardless, followup as indicated. Recommended six-month MRI with gadolinium ...
 

What treatment is suggested for white matter brain lesions mentioned on MRI?

Hi I had an mri twice now and it shows white matter brain lesions. I had a lumbar puncture ... a history of migraines, but the lesions are larger than is typically found in migraine patients per ...
 

Suggest treatment for migraine headache and vertigo

Im a46 year woman who has migraines occupied with vertigo. My pcp sent me for mri. It showed white matter.pcp sid this is consistent with migraines episodes. She said nothing to worry about. Please ...
 

Migraines, memory loss. MRI of the brain showing lupus with associated headaches, patchy clivus. Any advice?

of white matter signal abnormality as well. No posterior fossa lesions identified. Normal flow voids skull ... age. There is a number of subcortical white matter signal abnormalities with two areas in the left ...
 

History of migraine. Headache, dizziness. MRI shows white matter changes. Have high BP. Meaning?

and the results: Periventricular and subcortical white matter changes. These are nonspecific but most consistent ...I am a 47 year old female and have suffered with migraines for years. Recently these headaches have ...
 

Tunnel vision, blurriness, migraine, peripheral neuropathy, increase in white matter in brain. Family history MS. Help

mri s which shown an increase in white matter within the brain over a two yr period. any thoughts? ...been having vision problems for couple yrs. wavy lines, then tunnel vision followed by migraine ...
 

Can migraine cause radial nerve palsy?

shows white matter changes and they said that these changes are most typically seen as the residual ...Hello. I had woken up with another severe migraine attack. I was vomiting over 24 hours straight ...
 

Is it to be concerned about migraines and pain near the temple?

migraine meds. They did an MRI and diagnosed my tumor with lesions in different lobes as well ...
 

Suffer from severe migraines. MRI report showing hyperintense lesions on the white mater, lesion in the frontal lobe. What does it mean?

of the night only. Imitrex helps. MRI states: White matter: There are 2 small T2 hyperintense lesions in the white matter. There is a lesion in the anterior aspect of the right frontal lobe and a lesion along ...
 

What is the cause for numerous small foci present in the cerebral hemispheric white matter with irregular heart beats?

I just had an MRI due to having migraines for a week - not like me. I am 67 years old, but am ... patchy confluent areas of hyperintense T2/FLAIR signal are present thout the cerebral hemispheric white ...
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scanners normal til 2011 migraines. now worst+ MS symptoms with MRI reveals nonspecific foci in periventricular+deep white matter is it MS?
Hi, Thank you for posting your query. Deep white matter and Periventricular white matter lesions are non specific findings and can occur in patients with migraine. So, in most likelihood, you do not have MS (multiple sclerosis). Best wishes, Dr Sudhir Kumar MD DM (Neurology) Senior Consultant Neurologist
 
mother has headache.in her report a few small discrete t2/flair hyperintense foci in periventricular and subcortical white matters of both cerebral hemispheres.
Hello! It may be just migraine. If she has never suffered from migraine other causes like high blood pressure, cerebral vasculitis need to be excluded. Greetings
 
What can cause too much headach ??
Stress, vascular causes, migraine, Intracranial space occupying lesions and many more.
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