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Vomiting and nausea symptoms

Almost 50% of all migraine patients suffer symptoms of vomiting and nausea.  The onset of nausea can provide two signals, either the head pain is going to abate or that the migraine headache is getting worse. The significance of vomiting and nausea truly differs from individual to individual and in fact migraine sufferers will learn what it actually means from their own personal experience. Generally, nausea signals definitely means that things will not stay the same, things will either get better or just get worse

In some cases the vomiting can become so severe or the migraine sufferer can sweat so much that he or she ends up losing too much fluid and may need intravenous therapy to replace water and sodium loss.  On the other hand, sometimes the opposite happens and that is fluid can be retained in the body.