People prone to migraines can have their migraines aggravated by low grade infections. Examples of these include:
Urinary tract infections
These infections as well as others may by themselves cause headaches. This is most notable with influenza. The headache associated with this condition may be quite severe and poorly responsive to analgesics.
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