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What's up with migraine auras? Why do they occur sometimes with migraines, but not always? What are they even?

Migraine auras are in a way similar to epileptic seizures; the most-accepted theory is they're caused by a depression of cortical neurons that spreads throughout the cortex during the attack. ...
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