Status migrainosus

What is Status migrainosus?

A migraine headache can last for a few hours a day to several hours. But a migraine attack that lasts for more than 72 hours is called status migrainosus. This may require hospital treatment to relieve the pain and treat dehydration from vomiting.

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Thank you for taking my Question. I am typing for my husband. He is haveing a cluster Migraine or that is what it seems to me. I have thoses. The...

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Take treatment as advised and get proper rest

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I have had a bad migraine for 3 days what can I do to relieve it. I don't have insurance and it cost too much to go to...

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Take treatment as advised

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Migraine attacks...

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Hello, ok so I asked a question 4 days ago about a migraine I was having along with dizzy spells and tremors. On that day my migraine had been...

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I have had a bad migraine for 3 days what can I do to relieve it. I don't have insurance and it cost too much to go to hospital

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Have had severe headache and dizziness for a week. Have suffered from bbpv and migraines in the past. But the headache has never been as severe or...

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Dear Doctor. I have been suffering by migraines for a few years now and it s getting worse. Nowadays my migraine lasts for 2-3 days and the...

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Hi, my wife (40 years) is a migrain patient for the last 12-13 years. She gets migrain attack once in a month (1-2 days prior or post her monthly...

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Ok, so today I went to warped tour and I was out in the sun for three hours when all of the sudden it gets hard to breathe and I feel like throwing...

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