Want to know more about what other conditions are associated with migraines? Then you have come to the right place.
When two chronic conditions occur together, they are called comorbidities. Comorbid conditions occur independently, meaning neither condition or disease causes the other. 
The burdens of migraine go far beyond the pain phase. Not only will you have increased medical costs, you may have to deal with overlapping symptoms from other conditions.
These conditions can be comorbid with migraines:
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2. Glaser, A. (2019) Comorbidities: When Migraine Isn’t Your Only Problem. Available [online] at: https://migraineagain.com/comorbidities-migraine-isnt-your-only-problem/ Accessed Apr. 1, 2019