migraine

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Englisch - Türkisch
migren

Tom sık sık migren olur mu? - Does Tom get migraines often?

Yıllardır, Tom migren baş ağrısından çekti. - For years, Tom suffered from migraine headaches.

{i} yarım başağrısı
(Tıp) Yarım baş ağrısı
başağrısı
migraine headache
migren

Yıllardır, Tom migren baş ağrısından çekti. - For years, Tom suffered from migraine headaches.

Tom yıllarca migren ağrısı çekti. - Tom suffered from migraine headaches for years.

Englisch - Englisch
A severe, disabling headache, usually affecting only one side of the head, and often accompanied by nausea, vomiting, photophobia and visual disturbances

After consuming too much coffee everyday for six weeks, she got severe migraines that would last up until 47 minutes after her first cup of coffee.

recurrent severe headaches generally accompanied by an aura (classic migraine), nausea, vomiting, and dizziness
Same as Megrim
{i} severe recurrent headache
not just a headache, but a disorder affecting the whole body; clearly defined attacks are separated by headache-free periods; progresses through five distinct phases: 1) prodrome 2) aura 3) headache 4) resolution 5) postdrome; more information
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a vascular headache believed to be caused by blood flow changes and certain chemical changes in the brain leading to a cascade of events including constriction of arteries supplying blood to the brain and the release of certain brain chemicals that result in severe head pain, stomach upset, and visual disturbances
Type of headache that usually occurs on one side of the head and is accompanied by visual disturbances, such as sparkles and spots before the eyes
An often familial (occurring in families) symptom complex of periodic attacks of vascular (pertaining to blood vessels or indicative of a copious blood supply), headache, usually temporal (of or pertaining to the temple or temples) and unilateral (occurring on one side) in onset, commonly associated with irritability, nausea, vomiting, constipation or diarrhea, and often photophobia (sensitivity to light), attacks are preceded by constriction of the cranial arteries (arteries in the head), usually with eye symptoms and commence with the vasodilation that follows Origin: Gr Hemikrania = an affection of half of the head
A migraine is an extremely painful headache that makes you feel very ill. Her mother suffered from migraines. an extremely bad headache, during which you feel sick and have pain behind your eyes have/get a migraine (hemicrania , from , from hemi- + kranion ( CRANIUM)). Recurrent vascular headache, usually on one side of the head. Severe throbbing pain is sometimes accompanied by nausea and vomiting. Some migraine patients have warning symptoms (an "aura") before the headache, including visual disturbance, weakness, numbness, or dizziness. If a stimulus (e.g., a particular food or drink) is found to trigger attacks, avoidance can prevent them. Drugs may be taken as an attack begins (to abort it) or daily by patients with very frequent attacks (to prevent them or reduce their severity)
a severe headache, usually in females, that causes vasodilatation of the arteries and veins in the head; etiology can be nerves, hormones, glands, diet or stress; at least 12 varieties established
A vascular headache believed to be caused by blood flow changes and certain chemical changes in the brain leading to a cascade of events - including constriction of arteries supplying blood to the brain and the release of certain brain chemicals - that result in severe head pain, stomach upset, and visual disturbances
a severe recurring vascular headache; occurs more frequently in women than men
A vascular headache caused by blood flow and chemical changes in the brain leading to constriction of arteries supplying blood to the brain and the release of certain brain chemicals, causing severe pain, stomach upset, and other symptoms
A migraine
megrim
migraines
plural of migraine
Türkisch - Englisch
migraine

    Silbentrennung

    mi·graine

    Türkische aussprache

    maygreyn

    Aussprache

    /ˈmīˌgrān/ /ˈmaɪˌɡreɪn/

    Etymologie

    [ 'mI-"grAn, British often ] (noun.) 15th century. 1777 re-spelling (following French) of late 14th century Middle English megrim, from 13th century Old French migraigne, from Vulgar Latin pronunciation of Late Latin hemicrania (“pain in one half of the head”), from Ancient Greek ἡμικρανία (hemikrania), from ἡμι- (hēmi-, “hemi-, half”) + κρανίον (kranion, “skull”) (from whence also cranium)“” in the Online Etymology Dictionary, Douglas Harper, 2001 < a literal translation of Egyptian gs-tp 'headache'Borghouts, , 1971. p.9. Cognate to megrim, hemicrania.

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