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Symptoms that typically accompany rather than precede or follow headache. In migraine, for example, the most frequent are nausea, vomiting, photophobia and phonophobia; osmophobia, diarrhoea and other symptoms occur more rarely.
Lack of appetite and dislike for food to a mild degree.
Attack of headache (or pain)
Headache (or pain) that builds up, remains at a certain level for minutes to 72 hours, then wanes until it is gone completely.
Early symptoms of an attack of migraine with aura, being the manifestations of focal cerebral dysfunction. The aura typically lasts 20-30 minutes and precedes the headache. See also: focal symptoms, prodromes, premonitory symptoms, warning symptoms and neurological symptoms.