ER Doc: complex migraine symptoms alarmingly similar to stroke

From KOAA:

“A complex migraine typically has additional features to your typical migraine,” Weber said.  “Extremity numbness, extremity weakness, visual problems, hearing problems, problems speaking.”  People experiencing a complex migraine can also experience hemiplegia, temporary paralysis of one side of the body, until the migraine resolves.  “The onset can be minutes to a half hour, so it can be a very quick onset,” Weber said.

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