Of all the maladies that have taken Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade from the court none have been as unpredictable as the migraines that have plagued him for years. That again has Wade uncertain about his next move.

The most recent episode began during the third quarter of Tuesday night's loss to the Atlanta Hawks at AmericanAirlines Arena. While Wade was able to make it back to the court for the finish, he exited uncertain of what comes next.

"Every one is different and has a mind of its own," he said as he turned his attention to the two-game trip that opens Thursday against the Minnesota Timberwolves and concludes Friday against the Indiana Pacers, "but hopefully it will be better."

While a positive reaction to his medication and a hasty massage got him back on the court against the Hawks, loud noises and bright lights tend to exacerbate the condition, as in typical NBA game conditions.

"It's gotten a little better with diet and not doing some of the things they say can trigger it and being careful of light at the wrong times, especially early in the morning," he said.