Hormonal status determines the treatment of hormone-related headache in women


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Abstract

The prevalence of migraine in women appears to be affected by life-cycle changes in levels of female sex hormones. Migraines commonly occur in the perimenstrual period, and often improve during pregnancy and after menopause. Acute and preventive migraine treatments are available. The hormonal status of the patient must be considered when determining the appropriate migraine treatment

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