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Migraine Headaches, Vision Effects (cont.)

Follow-up for Migraines

People whose migraine headaches do not respond to maximum medical treatment may need to be hospitalized. Migraineurs must stay in close contact with their health care practitioners and remember to take medications as prescribed.

Migraine Prevention

See Treatment.

Outlook for Migraines

The prognosis is usually good. Most migraineurs gain some improvement with treatment.

For More Information on Migraines

American Academy of Neurology

American Council for Headache Education

MAGNUM: Migraine Awareness Group: A National Understanding for Migraineurs (The National Migraine Association)

National Headache Foundation

National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke

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