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Ask a Headache Specialist: Stanford Headache Clinic Director Taking Your Questions

Have a question for a headache specialist? Robert Cowan, MD, director of the Stanford Headache Clinic and a lifelong migraineur, wants to answer them. Submit your questions by 5 p.m. Pacific time on Friday, March 8, by tweeting with the hashtag #AskSUMed or commenting on the Scope blog post: Ask Stanford Med: Director of Stanford Headache Clinic taking questions on headache disorders.

Stanford Medicine asks that you follow these ground rules when submitting a question:

  • Stay on topic
  • Be respectful to the person answering your questions
  • Be respectful to one another in submitting questions
  • Do not monopolize the conversation or post the same question repeatedly
  • Kindly ignore disrespectful or off topic comments
  • Know that Twitter handles and/or names may be used in the responses

2 Responses to Ask a Headache Specialist: Stanford Headache Clinic Director Taking Your Questions

  1. Pen says:

    With no family link and no triggers why do I have migraine.
    And why do they only ever come whilst I sleep at night. Pretty much every night now.
    If I could find out what occurs. I’d have almost no migraines and perhaps some life. I’m housebound now.

    Thank you

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