Menstrual / Hormonal Migraines and Menopause

jeff23 at 19h59
Menstrual / Hormonal Migraines and Menopause

Hello all,

I just found this forum and was searching for information with respect to menstrual / hormonal migraines. My wife is 49 and will be 50 this August and is periomenopausal. We do not have children. She has suffered from migraines since she was 37 and they have progressively become worse. The hormonal aspect is a huge component of her headaches, as the headaches become pronounced during these cycles. She has chronic daily head pain and [......]
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