Re: A-typical migranes
Atypical migraines can cover a great multitude of symptoms. I have had temporary blindness, auras, and autonomic symptoms, like trouble speaking, moving, and seizure type symtoms. Mine have been diagnosised as basilar migraines.
M.r.i's of brain, EEG's, bloodwork, and cat scans will normally come out normal unless you have more serious issues. The best way to keep it together is to keep a headache diary which can be found on the web. This will allow you to better inform your doctor of what is going wrong, and assist in diagnosis.