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Migraine is a common, multifactorial, disabling, recurrent, hereditary neurovascular headache disorder. Migraine features often include unilateral location; moderate, moderate-to-severe, or severe intensity of the pain; and a throbbing or pulsating nature to the pain. There may be associated nausea, photophobia, or phonophobia. Unilateral throbbing type moderate to severe intensity headache is a common manifestation of the migraine though it may present with varied presentation. Traditionaldoi:10.35652/igjps.2019.92s45 fatcat:ylsjpa7ikjhx3macga53it6kua