Status Migrainous
 

 

MAGNUM teams with MyMigraineConnection.com to bring you this article:

Status Migrainous - the Basics

 

by Teri Robert

Status Migrainous (Migrainousus) is a debilitating Migraine attack lasting for more than 72 hours. If moderate to severe Migraine pain lasts more than 72 hours, with less than a solid four-hour pain-free period, while awake, it should be considered an emergency requiring an office call or a trip to the emergency room...

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