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Migraine Sufferers At Higher Risk Of Stroke After Surgery

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Migraine Sufferers At Higher Risk Of Stroke After Surgery

Migraine Sufferers are at a overhead risk of stroke after surgery researchers said.This tells us that a history of migraines which devastate  about one in five people should be taken into account when weighing the advantages and disadvantages of undergoing an operation said a study in The BM medical journal”Given the high prevalence of migraine in the general population, the confederacy (with stroke) carries public health importance,” the authors wrote.Of the group 771 (0.6 per cent) suffered a stroke within 30 days of surgery.

More over eight percent of the surgery group had a history of migraine compared to 11% of the 769 who suffered a stroke.The research calculated the risk of stroke at 2 attacks for every 1,000 surgeries a number which rose to 4.3 in 1000 for Migraine Sufferers.The risk was highest for those whose migraines had an aura enumerate as flashing lights or other warning signals knowledgeable before an assault.

According to the World Health Organization, about 6.7 million people died of stroke in 2012. Survivors often suffer long-term disability.Stroke occurs when blood flow to an area of the brain is cut off due to a clot blocking the path or due to a leak in a blood vessel. Brain cells are starved of oxygen, and die.Migraine, more common in women, is characterized by a severe headache often associated with disturbed vision, sensitivity to sounds, smells and light, and nausea.

Migraine has long been considered to higher the risk for stroke the study authors said but is still widely recognize as a kindly condition.This study was the first to assess whether migraines boost stroke risk after surgery.”Physicians should be aware of this increased risk,” said the team. And further research was needed into preventing post-operative stroke in migraine sufferers.A research team from the United States, Denmark and Germany analyzed the records of nearly 125,000 surgicalMigraine Sufferers at Massachusetts General Hospital and two satellite campuses between January 2007 and August 2014.

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