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Pregnancy and Migraine

** Pregnancy is a sensitive situation in medicine. Please discuss any question with your health care provider before making health decisions.  Migraine commonly occurs during a women’s reproductive years. Treating migraine during pregnancy can be challenging as the migraine pattern may change, and most importantly…

What is menstrual migraine?

Menstrual migraines are headaches that are associated with your period (menstrual cycle). During a specific time of your period, hormone levels such as estrogen drops which can trigger migraine headaches.   What is the medical definition of menstrual migraine?  If you are experiencing more painful headaches…

Menopause and Migraine

What is menopause? This is the time in a woman’s life where her periods stop as the levels of hormones including estrogen and progesterone goes down. Menopause typically occurs between the age of 45-55. On average, the age of menopause is 51 years.  You may…

Contraception and Migraine

Women have 3 times higher risk of having migraine than men. Reasons for this include hormonal fluctuations and genetic factors.  Migraine may be a lifetime disorder especially for women and can be troublesome during their reproductive years (i.e. start of menses to menopause). During these…


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