About 75% of all migraine sufferers are women. Although the incidence of migraine is similar for boys and girls during childhood, it increases in girls after puberty. Migraine most commonly affects women between the ages of 20 - 45.
Fluctuations of female hormones, such as estrogen and progesterone, appear to increase the risk for migraines and their severity in some women. About half of women with migraines report headaches associated with their menstrual cycle. For some...Read more
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Review – “Migraine and Other Headaches” by William B. Young, MD, and Stephen D. Silberstein, MD Ranking 5 stars out of 5 We often discuss... Read more »
June 7 - 13 is National Headache Awareness Week (NHAW) this year. A host of educational events and programs are happening around the country... Read more »