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Vestibular Migraine

Migraine, a disorder usually associated with headache, is extremely common and can cause several vestibular symptoms. Studies suggest that about 25 percent of migraineurs experience dizziness or vertigo during attacks. Migraine-associated vertigo (MAV) or Vestibular Migraine can occur with or without pain.

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