Complex Migraines vs Mini-Strokes


DENVER — Denver Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak was diagnosed with a complex migraine condition after leaving the stadium in an ambulance Sunday night. Kubiak had flu-like symptoms, including extreme fatigue and body weakness, according to Patrick Smyth with the Broncos. He previously suffered a transient ischemic attack — often called a “mini-stroke” — in 2013. FOX31…

via Doctors explain differences between ‘complex migraine’ and mini-stroke symptoms — FOX31 Denver

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