Nervous System - Migraine

Summary of Recommendations and Evidence


[A] The following conclusions are supported by good evidence:
Multiple RCTs and clinical practice guidelines have concluded that feverfew is not associated with significant adverse effects and is safe for use in most populations. The most commonly noted side-effect is gastrointestinal upset.

[B] The following conclusions are supported by fair evidence:
Experimental studies have failed to report an association with migraines for the following foods that have been self-identified as triggers by

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