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Sorry to know that .
An MRI picks up anything on the brain . So there is no structural cause of your Migraines , which is reassuring .
In vast majority of the cases , migraines have no underlying cause which can be detected . There are triggers that one may spot .
Treatment needs titration from less potent towards more potent medications . Even combination of these medications may be required in some cases.
Would be best if you see a Neurologist for this .
It can happen with Migraines . Can be unpredictable and variable in frequency and presentations .
Se if you can spot any possible triggers and try to avoid those .
Wish you all the best .