Managing Psychiatric Comorbidities in Migraine Patients

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In many cases helping patients manage their migraine headaches can prove to be enough of a challenge. Adding psychiatric conditions to the diagnosis can further complicate the treatment process for doctors.

In many cases helping patients manage their migraine headaches can prove to be enough of a challenge. Adding psychiatric conditions to the diagnosis can further complicate the treatment process for doctors.

Mia T. Minen, MD, from the NYU Langone Medical Center discussed the challenges of treating patients with these conditions and working to get the best result for both.

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