How often do you get migraines and does it matter as far as stroke risk is concerned?

tinalouise at 20h27
How often do you get migraines and does it matter as far as stroke risk is concerned?

I was just curious as to how often many of you get your migraine, aura/migraine? I also read somewhere that the greatest risk of stroke is with those who either get migraines on a very regular basis and for those, ironically, who only get them occasionally. Does anyone know if there have been studies done to tell for sure or is there no way of knowing?
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