Migraine - Treatment


Exploring the role of hormones in migraine throughout the lives of women

After menarche, migraine is three times more common in adult women than men,1 which is most likely due to the influence of female sex hormones, such as oestrogen.2,3 Fluctuations in oestrogen may precipitate the development of migraine at key phases in a woman’s life.4,5 Read the article below to learn more about the role of oestrogen and key consideration

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