Migraine in the Elderly

Many patients experience a reduction in migraine attacks in their later years, but this is not true for all patients. Managing migraine in elderly patients means factoring comorbidities, like high blood pressure and stroke risk, into a treatment plan. Our experts explain more age-related considerations that physicians should recognize in patients 65 years and older.

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