Do you have vertigo (room spinning), dizziness, or imbalance? Even if you don't ever have painful migraine headaches or if your vertigo symptoms don't come at the same time as your headaches, you could still have migraine associated vertigo. The vertigo symptoms can last hours or can even become chronic. Migraine associated vertigo can also co-occur with other vestibular disorders such as positional vertigo. I encourage you to check out this migraine associated forum for more information:
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