continuous birth control pills - do they help menstrual migraines or not?

melody27888 at 00h28
10
Apr
2014
continuous birth control pills - do they help menstrual migraines or not?

Apologies if this has been asked before, but I couldn't find much by doing a search.

I am 100% positive that the majority of my migraines are hormone-related. Though I get migraines at all times of the month, the worse ones are around my period (just before, during, and after) when I guess my hormones levels are fluctuating. I also suspect that I get them around ovulation too. So in other words, there's only a handful of [......]
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