Fluid retention

Figure 1 Phases during a migraine attack. The IHS Classification Committee states that premonitory symptoms may precede a migraine attack by hours to up to 24-48 hr. Typical symptoms consist of physical or mental hyper- or hypoactivity, depression, craving for special foods, repetitive yawning, increased bladder and bowel activity, and increased thirst. There is a growing body of biological, pharmacological, and genetic data that support a role for dopamine in the pathophysiology of the symptoms observed during the prodrome.

rare subtype has been linked to point mutations in chromosomes 19 and 1.

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