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Migraine Management During Menstruation and Menopause
Continuum. Lifelong Learning in Neurology
Purpose of Review: Migraine is most prevalent in women during their reproductive years. An understanding of the effects of menstruation and menopause on migraine can enable neurologists to provide targeted and appropriate medical and hormonal strategies, enabling their patients to achieve better control of migraine and reduced disability. This article reviews the effects of hormonal events on migraine and summarizes the evidence-based options available for management. Recent Findings: Estrogendoi:10.1212/con.0000000000000196 pmid:26252586 fatcat:dwz4rl3lfvdc5gsrxo7zoq2egu