Male late 40s with no history suddenly getting daily migraines with auras

kobblefish at 16h55
Male late 40s with no history suddenly getting daily migraines with auras

Out of the blue, my husband had what we thought was a stroke but now believe was a migraine aura almost two weeks ago. The migraine auras have been quite significant where he is very confused, unable to speak sometimes, and not able to comprehend meaning we can't leave him alone because he is not (at least during the aura which can last 1.5-2 hours) able to take care of himself. This is followed by extremely painful headaches [......]
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