Review: could Migraine cause Psychotic disorder?
This is a review of Psychotic disorder among 25,751 people who have Migraine. We analyze the Migraine patients by their gender and age, drugs used, and common conditions other than Migraine. The review is created by eHealthMe based on reports from FDA and is updated regularly.
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Migraine (latest reports from 164,786 patients) is typically treated by Topamax, Imitrex, Maxalt, Topiramate, Propranolol Hydrochloride, Amitriptyline Hydrochloride.
Psychotic disorder (latest reports from 81,087 patients) has been reported by people with schizophrenia, depression, quit smoking, pain, stress and anxiety.
On Feb, 16, 2014: 25,729 people who have migraine are studied. Among them, 72 (0.28%) have Psychotic Disorder.
Gender of people who have migraine and experienced Psychotic disorder * :
|Psychotic disorder||84.71%||15.29% |
Age of people who have migraine and experienced Psychotic disorder * :
|Psychotic disorder||0.00%||0.00%||20.83%||19.44%||29.17%||18.06%||11.11%||1.39% |
Severity of the symptom * :
Top co-existing conditions for these people * :
- Migraine (64 people, 88.89%)
- Depression (10 people, 13.89%)
- Pain (7 people, 9.72%)
- Insomnia (6 people, 8.33%)
- Anxiety (6 people, 8.33%)
- Cognitive disorder (5 people, 6.94%)
- Muscle spasms (5 people, 6.94%)
- Bipolar disorder (4 people, 5.56%)
- Smoking cessation therapy (4 people, 5.56%)
- Convulsion (3 people, 4.17%)
Most common drugs used by these people * :
- Topamax (39 people, 54.17%)
- Topiramate (17 people, 23.61%)
- Lexapro (12 people, 16.67%)
- Baclofen (8 people, 11.11%)
- Neurontin (8 people, 11.11%)
- Paxil (7 people, 9.72%)
- Ibuprofen (7 people, 9.72%)
- Bisacodyl (7 people, 9.72%)
- Lorazepam (7 people, 9.72%)
- Promethazine (7 people, 9.72%)
* Approximation only. Some reports may have incomplete information.
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I am in my 40s and I work in college admissions. Ive never experienced migraines before and have been otherwise healthy. I fell hitting my head and was prescribed this medicine. Using this med had me in the hospital twice, I have severe hair loss, and what the er Dr says is syncope that makes me pass out. The Dr wants to try something new but look at me, in a profession where you're always in the public eye, almost bald and still suffering migraines.This is life altering but is being treated as , just one of those things...its depressing
Kart on Mar, 7, 2014:
Hi I'm male, 24, of Sri Lankan origin but born and raised in the United Kingdom, I'm adding these details as it was requested when attempting to reply to you.
My question is was this on Modafinil/Provigil/Nuvigil and if so which one please?
The comment below you is talking about statin which is a cholesterol reducing drug, so was wondering whether you were talking about the same. Thanks in advance.
From this study (4 days ago):
I started taking amoxotine only 10mg per day to build up slowly. After 3 days I developed a eyelid twitch of the left eyelid which I did not at first connect to the medication as I could not see anything about this within the list of side effects. The twitching got worse and more frequent on a daily basis and by 6th day it was several times per minute and extremely annoying. so I googled and saw that despite it not being in the official list of side effects, that it does appear to be a side effect for a lot of people. 3 days after stopping the medication, I am still experiencing some twitching, and my eye socket is actually aching, but the twitching is getting less and less. I should add that I have never suffered any kind of tics or facial twitching in the past, with or without any medication, although I do suffer adhd and chronic migraine, and anxiety.
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