Are Menstrual and Nonmenstrual Migraine Attacks Different?


Migraine is the second most common headache condition next to tension-type headache. Up to one fourth of all women have migraine, and 20% of them experience migraine without aura attack in at least two thirds of their menstrual cycles. The current literature is analyzed in response to the question of whether menstrual and nonmenstrual migraine attacks are… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11916-011-0212-4