Are you concerned about getting other associated migraine conditions? 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 migraine:
Research has not yet proven that migraine is the cause of any other medical conditions but it has been linked to a number of other ailments.
The research also says the link may be stronger if you have migraine with aura (symptoms that come before an attack like: visual disturbances, flashing lights, difficulty speaking or concentrating).
The most common conditions linked to migraine are:
Stroke, heart disease, high blood pressure (hypertension), seizures, hearing problems, fibromyalgia, anxiety and depression. PTSD and pre-term birth. 
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Associated Migraine Conditions Page Source:
1. Scher, Ann I.; Bigal, Marcelo E.; Lipton, Richard B. (2005) Comorbidity of migraine. Current Opinion in Neurology: June 2005 - Volume 18 - Issue 3 - p. 305–310. Available [online] at: https://journals.lww.com/co-neurology/Abstract/2005/06000/Comorbidity_of_migraine.17.aspx Accessed Feb. 25, 2019.
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
3. Nazario, MD (Nov. 20, 2020) Migraines and the link to other health conditions. Available [online] at: https://www.webmd.com/migraines-headaches/can-migraines-lead-to-other-health-conditions Accessed Apr. 4, 2021