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Migraines and thyroid

Migrainegirl at 01h50
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Dec
2010
Migraines and thyroid

An interesting article on the role of an even slightly underperforming thyroid on migraines.

http://headaches.about.com/od/comorbidconditions/a/thyroid_comorb.htm

Has anyone here had a doctor investigate their thyroid? I've never had anyone bring it up. I think you need an endocrinologist to really understand it. I've found that every specialty seems to see the patient through their own lens, and this isn't what the typical nuero thinks about.
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