Migraine Patterns often Change During Menopause

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Author: BeingEve | Posted on Wednesday July 11, 2018

Migraine Patterns often Change During Menopause. RESEARCH SHOWED about 60% of women with migraine experience changing headache patterns around the menopause transition, with a majority of those reporting greater frequency or worsening intensity, according to research presented here.

Migraine changes were most likely during the post-menopausal period — reported by 43% of study participants — and were associated with greater changes in hormone levels.

Source: MedPageToday.com

July 05, 2018

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