Females only-hormonal migraines and treatment for endometriosis

Tngirl83 at 23h14
Females only-hormonal migraines and treatment for endometriosis

I have never been able to exactly pinpoint the exact trigger of my migraines. I get month long migraines and have been able to find things that do make already existent pain worse.

That being said, I have never had a normal menstrual cycle. I have gone 2 years between periods before. I now see a gynecologist who diagnosed me with polycystic ovarian syndrome.

Together we can somewhat regualte my cycle. Unfortunately now I have [......]
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