A Florida family medicine doctor says he is seeing more cases of migraines that kill their wives.
Migraine attacks are common in the United States.
Doctors say they are less common in Europe, and more common in Eastern Europe, where doctors say they tend to treat the symptoms more.
Dr. Thomas Kost, a family medicine physician at The Miami Children’s Hospital, said he was seeing cases of severe migrainus, which is when a person experiences severe headaches.
He said he has treated patients who had migrainas before, and he has never had to go to a hospital.
He added that the doctors are not aware of any new cases of these attacks in the U.S.
A recent study from the CDC found that about 1 in 3 women in the US have had a migraine attack at some point in their lives.
The American Migraine Association, an advocacy group for migraine sufferers, says about 7.5 million people in the country have experienced migraina, which can affect the body in several ways.
Migraine sufferers have trouble with balance and balance-related problems.
They may also have trouble remembering things or getting used to tasks, like going to the bathroom or sitting at home.
Some women may have migrainons lasting days or weeks.
Some migrainors may not even have symptoms at all.