There should be another term for a migraine headache, because migraine headache doesn’t come close to conveying the severity of one. Just ask anyone who’s called in sick with a migraine headache.
The extent of their neurological impact, however, is in the news this week after a Texas Rangers’ announcer on Monday night started talking about runners on fifth, botched robberies, and a henchman.
Some people watching thought he was having a stroke, but the team says he had a migraine headache. See? I told you that term doesn’t work. The impact of a migraine can mimic a stroke, a neurologist says.