• Status Migrainosus is a migraine that lasts 72 hours or more and can be a serious medical emergency that can cause a stroke. #MigraineStatus #StatusMigrainous #StatusMigrainosus #IntractableMigraine

    Migraine Explained: Status Migrainosus

    If you have Chronic Migraine, you have probably heard the words, Status Migrainosus or Status Migraine. They are the most dreaded words in the Migraine community. Other words doctors use is Intractable Migraine and in very basic terms means the migraine will not go away. There is much more to know about Status Migrainosus because it doesn’t always present in the same ways for everyone. When Does it Become Status Migrainosus? To get diagnosed the migraine must have last for at least 72 hours but that doesn’t have to be consecutive. Another words, medications may provide relief but it is temporary. The migraine will return as soon as the medication…

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    What is Status Migrainous?

    Saturday night I made that dreaded decision to go to the ER. My Hemiplegic Migraines were coming every 2-3 hours. Another words, as soon as I would get over one Migraine another one would hit. It is like riding a roller coaster that will not stop and let you off. In short… I was miserable, my body was tired, my brain was exhausted. I had used every rescue method in my “toolbox”…nothing helped. This phenomenon has an official medical name, Status Migrainous. Status Migrainous are the dreaded words that a lot of migraineurs don’t even know about. The basic definition is any Migraine that lasts more than 72 hours but a lot…