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Why We Should Say 'Migraine' and Not 'Migraines'

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When I first started experiencing migraine symptoms as a teenager, I thought I was just dealing with frequent, painful headaches and other unexplainable symptoms.

I felt very confused and lonely for a long time because I didn’t realize there was a name for the symptoms I experienced, nor did I realize how many people live with migraine just like me.

However, I now know that approximately 1 billion people worldwide deal with migraine. In fact, migraine is the third most prevalent illness in the world, and more than 4 million adults experience chronic migraine days that span at least 15 days per month.

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