Are migraines always only one sided??

tinalouise at 22h25
17
Jul
2012
Are migraines always only one sided??

I have migraine with aura but lately my daughter has been getting the throbbing headaches, aching behind her eyes and nausea. She has had her sinuses/ears all checked and taken care of but the headaches continue. Hers is usually a pounding, throbbing on both sides though so is this still considered a migraine or something else?? She is going to the doctor on Friday and I want her to ask for pain medicine for it if she can but I am not sure if these are migraines [......]
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