This article was Written by: Julie Stachowiak, Ph.D., About.com
- Updated: June 17, 2008
About.com Health's Disease and Condition content is reviewed by Suman Jayadev, MD
Everybody has a headache occasionally. However, people with multiple sclerosis (MS) are much more prone to migraine-like or cluster headaches than people in the general population. While the cause of most headaches is a mystery, some headaches in people with MS can be caused by lesions, depression or specific medications that they are taking. You should see your doctor for: Any type of unusual headache, a headache that keeps recurring, or one that lasts for a long time.
What Do MS-Related Headaches Feel Like?
Headaches that are directly associated with MS have been described as:
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